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Maya’s Healthy Twix Bars Recipe

a healthier twix bar recipe

Maya’s Healthy Twix Bars are a protein-filled remake, full of coconut, almond flour and peanut butter. The shortbread-style base is smothered with healthy caramel sauce and topped with sea salted chocolate. Think of a millionaire’s shortbread recipe that leaves you feeling satisfied.  Community Recipes is a recurring feature where we share your recipes on the […]

Lloyd’s History of Israeli Wine

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Today on the blog, Lloyd Masel shares all about Israeli wine and kosher wine production’s rich history. One of Israel’s most respected wine writers, Adam Montefiore, recently wrote: “Many Israelis all seem to agree about something. We made wine for 5000 years and it was pretty awful for most of the time.”  Kosher Wine in […]

Sarah’s Artichoke and Pea Orzo Pasta Recipe

Sarah’s Artichoke and Pea Orzo Pasta Recipe

Sarah’s Artichoke and Pea Orzo Pasta Recipe is an unctuous pasta dish with complex flavors. It is cooked slowly, stirred over medium heat in a similar way to risotto. The result is a warming stew-like pasta dish, with bright green pops from peas and artichoke. Community Recipes is a recurring feature where we share your recipes […]

Review of Oxy-powder and deep thoughts about female constipation

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Let’s talk about female constipation an simple ways to fix them. Digestion is a key part of general health and significantly affects how we feel, emotionally and physically, on a daily basis. Women often feel embarrassed discussing this topic but the taboo is not helping anyone! Today I want to talk about some common issues […]

Benedetta’s Herbed Pumpkin Spread Recipe

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Benedetta’s Herbed Pumpkin Spread Recipe is a simple and vibrant combination of mashed pumpkin cooked with onion, parsley and basil. The deep earthy flavors are perfect for a fall or winter dish, and this dip can be served warm or at room temperature. Best of all, it is a one-pan dish, so very simple to […]

Lloyd’s Fascinating History of Falafel

Lloyd’s Fascinating History of Falafel

Lloyd’s Fascinating History of Falafel is a guest post from a member of our Jewish Food Hero community. Lloyd shares all about the origins of falafel, a hotly contested issue. Let’s learn together about this delicious, internationally popular street food.  A bit about Lloyd Masel Lloyd Masel lives in Israel with his wife Shush. He […]

Rachel’s Crispy Potato Latkes Recipe

Rachel’s Crispy Potato Latkes Recipe

Rachel’s Crispy Potato Latkes Recipe is an essential for Hanukkah. The fluffy grated potato centre is mixed with egg, flour and grated onion for flavor. Of course, frying in oil gives them their gorgeously golden color and crisp crunchy exterior. Serve with a generous dollop of tart apple sauce or sour cream – or both! […]

Bailey’s Smoky Eggplant Salad with Herbs, Tahini and Pomegranate

This eye-catching salad combines vibrant, sweet pieces of red bell pepper with juicy cubes of eggplant. Tahini, lemon and liquid smoke make up the intensely flavored dressing, offering the deep flavor tones of a barbecue without any of the hassle.  This recipe features in Jewish Food Hero’s latest community cookbook, Feeding Women of the Talmud, […]

Freya’s Gluten Free Hamantaschen Recipe

Freya's Gluten Free Hamantaschen Recipe

Freya’s Gluten Free Hamantaschen Recipe uses gluten-free flour to prepare this traditional treat that is loved each Purim. The dough is flavored with fresh orange zest and filled with your choice of jam or marmalade.  Community Recipes is a recurring feature where we share your recipes on the Jewish Food Hero blog. If you want […]

Naked Oatmeal Raisin Protein Cookie Review

Naked Oatmeal Raisin Protein Cookie

Today I am reviewing the Naked Oatmeal Raisin Cookie. It’s a gluten-free protein treat that has less than 200 calories, only 1 gram of sugar, 6 grams of fiber, 10 grams of protein and 10 grams of net carbs per cookie. They are baked fresh in the United States. As they are individually wrapped, this […]

Stephanie’s Honey and Soy Sauce Flank Steak Recipe

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Stephanie’s Honey and Soy Sauce Flank Steak Recipe gives us tender beef with a slightly sweet, deeply flavored marinade sauce. This would be delicious served alongside any grain and steamed greens, or wrapped in a flat bread stuffed with fresh crunchy salad and tangy slaw.  Community Recipes is a recurring feature where we share your […]

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