Mediterranean Diet

The Book On Mediterranean Cooking

05/08/2013

Recommended cookbooks include “Jerusalem” by Ottolenghi and Tamimi (Ten Speed Press), which isn’t a kosher cookbook, but can easily be adapted for kosher kitchens.

Memory And The Mediterranean Diet

New study suggests additional benefits of Israeli-style eating, even as Israelis are consuming more meat and fast food.

Jewish Week Book Critic
05/08/2013

When Golda Meir first visited Kibbutz Merhavia in 1921, she found the members eating “terrible food” like uncooked vegetables and olives.

The famed Mahane Yehuda market in Jerusalem.
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