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  • At 90 years old, I’m eating less meat (thanks to Israel) •

    90 year old Lloyd Masel is back with another guest post for Jewish Food Hero. This time, Lloyd shares how moving from Australia to Israel impacted his diet and led him to eating less meat. I’m fascinated by the choices we make around food and how they change through different seasons and situations in our lives. You can read about…

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  • Weight Loss Surgery To-Do List

    Today I am sharing an interview with Organization Expert Rebekah Saltzman, including her Weight Loss Surgery To-Do List for anyone considering taking this path.  This is the second Jewish Food Hero interview on this subject.  We often assume that the only explanation for obesity is that someone is either eating too much, or moving too little – or both. New research…

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  • quinoa patties • Jewish Food Hero

    Dana’s Quinoa Patties with Root Vegetable Tops are protein-rich, vibrant green patties of cooked quinoa with a brilliant salty tang from lumps of gooey feta. Double the batch to stock your freezer with these simple and healthy patties. Serve as they come with tahini dip, or stuffed into flatbread with a fresh tomato salad. These patties are Kosher for Passover…

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  • Alana’s Halva Butter Mochi Recipe • Jewish Food Hero

    Alana’s Halva Butter Mochi is a sticky, chewy, fusion sweet treat flavored with pistachio and raspberry. With three different flavored batters swirled together, the layers of color and flavor are delightful on the eye and the tastebuds! Serve with hot lemon tea or black coffee.  Community Recipes is a recurring feature where we share your recipes on the Jewish Food…

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  • Uzbek Shurpa • Jewish Food Hero

    Hadassah and Akiva offer us this Shurpa. An Uzbek Lamb, Chickpea and Vegetable Soup with a rich and nourishing broth, filled with goodness from boiled bones. This stew-like soup is filled with pieces of meat fallen off the bone, fibre-rich chickpeas, a mixture of vegetables and wonderfully warm spices. Serve with fresh bread to dip.  Community Recipes is a recurring…

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  • Frozen Yogurt Honey Bark • Jewish Food Hero

    This honey frozen yogurt bark is the perfect light and refreshing dessert especially for Rosh Hashanah. It comes together in no time and is a great option to make with your kids – they can choose their own toppings and just have fun with adding things to the yogurt bark. It is also low in sugar and high in protein. …

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