A biopolymer found in the exoskeletons of crustaceans like shrimp and crabs has been found to reduce Salmonella cells.
The Jewish Herbal: Mystical Reflections on Food, Nature and Urban Farming” is a regular column by Devorah Brous charting the ways we can use Jewish wisdom, tradition and practice to reconnect with ourselves in harmony with nature. Devorah is an urban homesteader, lifecycle ritualist, and green consultant in Los Angeles. Find her her online offerings at @Dev.Brous
“Simple recipes for healthy comfort food are always welcome, now more than ever.”
Jews are a variety pack. These years, we recognize and treasure our diversity more and more.
“Once this whole thing is over,” my father declared, early in January, “one of the first places we have to go is to Sammy’s!”
Marisa Baggett, founder of Zayde’s NYC Deli, enters her second high holiday season looking back on a year filled with struggle and success.
Lemon bar recipe for shabbat
Bone broth plus gelatin makes p’tcha, a hot weather Ashkenazi delight
An heirloom tomato tart for a socially-distant picnic Shabbat