Here are Jspace Food’s predictions for what will be big in the Jewish food world in 2014.
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Veganism is hot in Israel–tivoni (vegan) dishes are popping up on menus throughout the country from fine dining to the local coffee shop.
A new diet fad based on the Jewish Biblical figure Daniel may not be as healthy as it seems.
An Israeli rabbi has banned throwing candy to celebrate a simcha, hoping to reduce the instances of late-onset diabetes in Israel.
Nine teams competed in a healthy cooking competition aimed at bringing healthy food to IDF soldiers and instilling healthy lifestyles at IDF bases.
Researchers in Israel discovered an alternative to cholesterol-lowering drugs in an antioxidant capable of lowering cholesterol levels.
New cookbook “Nosh on This: Gluten-Free Baking from a Jewish American Kitchen” adapts Jewish classics for a gluten-free diet.
Amendments to food label laws aimed at helping Israeli consumers make more healthful choices are expected to be approved by the Knesset soon.
Despite a widespread perception that kosher food is healthier, a new study has found that kosher chicken is at a higher risk for E. coli contamination.
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