The Cookbook is Here! Plus 7 Days of Healthy Food Memories

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The Cookbook is Here! Plus 7 Days of Healthy Food MemoriesThis is a day I’ve been building toward since I first had the idea to start Jewish Food Hero—a Jewish Food Hero cookbook for our community!

The Jewish Food Hero Cookbook: 50 Simple Plant-Based Recipes for Your Holiday Meals is now available for purchase.

 

The Jewish Food Hero Cookbook was created for all of us. It’s a digital cookbook with 50 simple plant-based recipes for your holiday meals.

The recipes are designed to inspire you to honor your traditions AND add healthy food to the holiday table. You’ll be able to serve healthy food not as an obligation, but from a place of knowledge and confidence.

If you’d love to be able to start your own healthy holiday food traditions in a simple, effortless way—and even celebrate more Jewish holidays than you already are—but you’re not confident you can do it on your own and haven’t found any resources that inspire you to get started, this cookbook is for you.

In addition to wanting to create something valuable and useful for the Jewish community, one of my other motivations in creating these plant-based holiday recipes is that I wanted to create healthy Jewish food memories for my daughter.

To celebrate the cookbook release, I’m running a social media event that starts today over on Instagram called 7 Days of Healthy Food Memories.

 

If you, too, desire healthier food for our Jewish tables, you’re invited to participate!

For 7 days, I’ll be sharing some of my favorite food memories from childhood and inviting you to join me in doing the same. You can show solidarity with this wish for health in the Jewish community by responding to prompts and reposting my images on Instagram to be entered to win a copy of The Jewish Food Hero Cookbook.

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Join me over on Instagram to participate–one lucky participant will receive a free copy of the Jewish Food Hero Cookbook!

In the comments or over on Instagram, I’d love to know: What cookbooks did your mother have in your home growing up?

 

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