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Hey, meat eaters! Is there a vegan in your life who’s got you muddled as you attempt to plan a holiday barbecue? Someone, perhaps, who preaches about tikkun olam and compassion for animals? You love them, but maybe not enough to give up your juicy, oil-dripping-from-your-mouth hamburger. And that’s okay — because you can have your vegan friend and eat your burger too.
Red white and blue babka is not only patriotic, it’s also ridiculously delicious.