Vegan Power Bowl With Kosher.com

Veganuary is a popular New Year’s resolution, in which many people worldwide try to eat plant-based diets for the month. A staple of a plant-based lifestyle are dishes that combine vegetables in flavorful and filling ways. A power bowl combines a base carb such as brown rice, quinoa or noodles and tops it with different […]

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What Does Judaism Say About Wearing Fur?

Hi JITC- Fur is being banned in NYC. This obviously affects all the Hasidic Jews. What’s the Torah opinion on fur? Thanks, Dana Dear Dana- Thanks for your question. Let me clarify the matter for those not in the know. The sale of fur is being considered for a ban in New York City; wearing […]

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Eight Non-Dairy Delights to Hack Your Lactose-Intolerant Shavuos

It’s a longstanding joke that becomes less funny during the annual dairy celebration that is Shavuos: Jews and milk products don’t get along. But whether you’re lactose intolerant, vegan, paleo or just looking to have your (cheese) cake and eat it too (after a meaty yom tov meal), having faux-dairy options that are kosher and […]

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Why Healthy Food Is the Biggest Trend at This Year’s Kosherfest

Whether you’re a healthy food lover, on a diet, gluten free, becoming a clean eater or need to change your  habits for medical reasons, the kosher food industry is offering hot new products with you in mind. Debuting today at Kosherfest, the annual convention for the kosher food service industry, these are some outstanding, innovative […]

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