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Jewish cooking means different things to different people, and this Jewish Cookbook has recipes for all. If you are Orthodox, you follow the rules for kosher eating. If you are secular, perhaps kosher is less important than not mixing meat and dairy. Most Jews, however, celebrate the Holidays. It's a way to keep thousands of years of tradition alive.
For non-Jews, it's just about a really delicious meal. As a Jew, whatever your way of preparing food, mealtime is usually considered sacred. The sharing of food is an important part of the day and a critical part of any Holiday. Food is a part of the Jewish culture and a tangible connection to history. And any meal, even sushi or Mexican, can be made kosher. The recipes in this Jewish Cookbook adhere to the general Jewish rules. When a recipe calls for the combination of meat and dairy, we provide a non-dairy alternative. Whether you buy strictly kosher or not kosher at all is up to you. This Jewish Cookbook provides delicious recipes for Orthodox, secular Jews, or non-Jews alike. They are for anyone who enjoys food and wishes to celebrate life with a great meal.
Contributor(s): Riddle, Barbara (Author)
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