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Why Does Jewish Culture Traditionally Hate Mayonnaise?

Generally, mayonnaise is fine for Jews, as long as it’s not on our beloved cured deli meats.

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Enjoy the ‘Seven Species’ for Tu B’Shvat

Tu B’Shvat is a time to enjoy fruits and vegetables, especially those of the biblical Seven Species.

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All-Orthodox Troop Gets Kosher Certification For Canadian Girl Scout Cookies

The Canadian Girl Guides were eager to sell cookies, but there was one problem: they weren’t allowed to bring the cookies into the shul where the unit met.

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Meet Ernie Flesichman, The Oldest Kosher Butcher in New York

Ernie Fleischman, at 93, is believed to be the oldest working kosher butcher in New York.

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Orthodox Union Certifies Quinoa as Kosher for Passover

The Orthodox Union, the largest kosher organization in the world, announced recently that quinoa will now be certified kosher for Passover.

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Exploring What ‘Eco-Kosher’ Actually Means

Sustainability has been one of the hottest concepts in the food world for years now.

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Israeli Chief Rabbinate To Allow Female Kosher Supervisors

A lawsuit prompts the Chief Rabbinate of Israel to allow women to become kosher supervisors.

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8 Latke Recipes for 8 Nights of Hanukkah

We have put together a gallery of all our eight favorite kinds of latkes, one for each night of Hanukkah!

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Learn How to Make Classic Potato Latkes

Watch this instructional video to learn how to make classic potato latkes for Hanukkah!

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A Brief History of Potato Latkes for Hanukkah

Latkes are potato pancakes fried in oil that commemorate the Hanukkah miracle, but the use of potatoes is actually a relatively new development.

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