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Jewish Food Trend Predictions For 2014

Here are Jspace Food’s predictions for what will be big in the Jewish food world in 2014.

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Vegan Eating Becoming More Mainstream in Israel

Veganism is hot in Israel–tivoni (vegan) dishes are popping up on menus throughout the country from fine dining to the local coffee shop.

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New Diet Fad Inspired By Jewish Biblical Figure

A new diet fad based on the Jewish Biblical figure Daniel may not be as healthy as it seems.

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Prominent Israeli Rabbi Calls for Ban on Candy Throwing at Simchas

An Israeli rabbi has banned throwing candy to celebrate a simcha, hoping to reduce the instances of late-onset diabetes in Israel.

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Top Chefs Face Off in First-Ever IDF Cooking Competition

Nine teams competed in a healthy cooking competition aimed at bringing healthy food to IDF soldiers and instilling healthy lifestyles at IDF bases.

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Israeli Researchers Find ‘Super-Antioxidant’ To Battle High Cholesterol

Researchers in Israel discovered an alternative to cholesterol-lowering drugs in an antioxidant capable of lowering cholesterol levels.

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‘Nosh on This’ Cookbook Adapts Jewish Food for the Gluten-Free Diet

New cookbook “Nosh on This: Gluten-Free Baking from a Jewish American Kitchen” adapts Jewish classics for a gluten-free diet.

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‘Revolutionary’ Food Label Laws Close to Approval in Knesset

Amendments to food label laws aimed at helping Israeli consumers make more healthful choices are expected to be approved by the Knesset soon.

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Study: Kosher Chicken At Higher Risk for E. Coli Contamination

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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