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The Forverts is going on vacation. Here’s how to access our content during the break.

Below you’ll find the links to our articles, Yiddish Word of the Day series and our cooking shows.

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From Monday, Nov. 14, till Monday, Nov. 21, the Forverts editorial staff will be taking a break.

During those two weeks our readers can continue to read our English-language articles here or view our videos by clicking on one of the following:

  • YIDDISH WORD OF THE DAY: If you’d like to find a specific topic in the series, you can search all the links by topic here. Or you can simply watch our playlist of Yiddish Word of the Day here.
  • OUR COOKING SHOWS: Watch a variety of cooks make all sorts of recipes in Yiddish with English subtitles, including Rukhl Schaechter, Eve Jochnowitz, Riki Rose, Gitl Schaechter Viswanath and Roza Jaffe, here.



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