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No Food Left Behind
Beth Warren
No Food Left Behind
Beth Warren
No Food Left Behind
Beth Warren
No Food Left Behind
Beth Warren
No Food Left Behind
Beth Warren
Take 5
Branding tips for staying ahead of the pack
Shira Isenberg, RD, MPH and Yitzchok Saftlas
Take 5
Find people who help you do what you need to do better
Shira Isenberg, RD, MPH and Yitzchok Saftlas
Election Special
If Bibi is serving as a minister, his political life is over. But if he’s the prime minister, he can fight the charges while in office
Eliezer Shulman
Election Special
Bibi is like the coach whose team is trailing with less than two minutes to go and has used his last timeout
Binyamin Rose
Fundamentals
When we take the Torah home, we never part from the King
Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz
Fundamentals
What is it about our fleeting Yom Kippur teshuvah that invokes a zechus to be forgiven?
Rebbetzin Aviva Feiner
Always on Me
Is there something you always carry on you, even if it’s seen better days?
Rabbi Meyer H. May
Always on Me
Is there something you always carry on you, even if it’s seen better days?
Rabbi Aharon Friedler
Close Call
If you’re ashamed to tell people about the friendship, that’s an important sign that shows you don’t feel proud of it
Mrs. Chani Juravel
Close Call
The more time passed, the more clarity I gained about what the problem had been with this friendship in the first place. And in one word, the answer was, “extreme”
Devoiry Braunstein
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Many of my clients search for a quick breakfast or snack option. My mind immediately goes to one food: yogurt. But how can you enjoy yogurt if you’re on a dairy-free diet?

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Photography by Beth Warrren Eliminating eggs in a recipe and creating the same dish is tough because eggs have many integral functions, helping the food to bind as well as adding texture and flavor. It’s especially challenging in baking. That’s why I created this great mu‑ n option, which is soft, fluffy, and delicious —

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