An intrepid chef sets out to prepare dinner for the "God of Healthy Food."
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Driving through the California farmland near my home, I was listening closely to an interview on National Public Radio with Michael Pollan. He’s a hero in these parts, and I was really surprised to hear him say that he’s had to eat restaurant food while on tour for his new book, “Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation.”
Want to go organic or vegan for a simcha?
Now you can.
Jerusalem — Just a few years ago, finding an Israeli caterer who was prepared to make healthy simcha food was a time-consuming and sometimes impossible mission. More often than not, super-health-conscious clients either had to compromise or prepare the food themselves.
Today, as Israelis have become more aware of what they put in their bodies and AS demand for healthy foods has grown, so too have the options for health-food catering.