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New York is the city that never sleeps. It’s a place where bagels and babka can flourish, where people can go for a whitefish salad at any time of day or night. But for an enterprising food editor like me, it’s sometimes hard to keep my eye of Sauron on all the Jewish food happenings in New York. And that’s where this new project comes in.
Students who observe kosher laws have a new campus choice: Arizona State University.
WeWork, the company owned by Shabbat-keeping billionaire Adam Neumann, is going vegetarian in an effort to reduce its carbon footprint. WeWork is a company selling access to shared workspaces, that has been honored as a traditional workspace disruptor, that is now effectively banning meat at all company-wide events, refusing to reimburse employees for lunches that include meat and saving 445.1 million pounds of Carbon Dioxide emissions by 2023, 16.6 billion gallons of water, and 15,507,103 animals.
Beer and bagels may not sound like an obvious pairing. But for Joel Braham, co-founder of London eatery, The Good Egg, they’ve proved the perfect vehicle for bringing a flavor of US deli and restaurant culture to a London audience.