Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Since the meatless burgers are made without animal products, they can be eaten with either milk or meat without violating Jewish law.
"Spielberg hasn't signed off yet, but we assume he's cool with it," the fast food chain said.
Rabbi Yuval Cherlow advocates rabbinic approval of cloned meat “so that people would not starve, to prevent pollution, and to avoid the suffering of animals.”
Interfaith borrowing in Holland created local supply and demand for the tasteless crackers among millions of Christians who buy them in the supermarket all year.
A Trefa Banquet reflected the reality of the ways American Jews engage with food and Judaism, writes the keynote speaker at a recent Trefa Banquet.
The "tipa tomato," or "drop tomato," is the size of a blueberry and also the sweetest of its kind on earth.
Are hummus and pita Israeli or Arab? As always, Twitter users have opinions.
Even European Jews have adopted the sfinj and helped push it toward the limelight.
Kosherfest, the world's largest kosher trade show, featured some unusual finds, such as patterned matzah and salted caramel frozen pizza.
The grocery chain is now selling the iconic Israeli peanut snack in its stores.


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