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The dietary laws are intended to teach us compassion and lead us gently to veget...
This posting is chapter 11 of the 2011 3rd edition of my book, “Judaism an...
This is chapter 7 of the 3rd edition of my book, “Judaism and Vegetarianis...
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This posting is from the 2001 3rd edition of my book, “Judaism and Vegetar...
Discover the deep ritual and literary structure of the seder! Learn awesome insi...
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Sown Seeds (Browse the Initiatives map)
Fresh from the field
This article was originally written years ago, but the basic nutrition facts are still valid. CAUTION: The questions and answers below aim to stimulate consideration and discussion of issues related to diet and nutrition. They are not meant to take the place of professionsl diagnosis and advice...
5 days ago
People are increasingly concerned about adopting healthier diets. However, many are prevented from necessary changes because of myths about certain nutrients. For example, it is the common wisdom that one should eat ample amounts of meat in order to get adequate protein and large amounts of dair...
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We believe that eating healthy, fresh food is a fundamental right and a shared spiritual ethic. We’ve launched project Open Grove with Seeds of Hope, repurposing unused congregational land to grow orchards and build food security in LA. This competitive grant process ends Tuesday (9/16) at noon. L...
How to make an ice menorah: (from http://neohasid.org/zman/chanukah/ice_menorah/) First, here's what's cool about an ice menorah: reflections in the ice; it floats - water is amazing and awesome; renewable resource - and if it's cold enough where you are, just freeze it outsi...