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Apples are kosher. If grown in Israel or from a young tree, more considerations come into play.
Nuts are essentially kosher, but there are more particulars.
On the Halachic Definition of a Tree
The definition of a tree according to Jewish law affects our everyday Jewish observance.
The Torah commands us only to eat animals which have split hoofs and chew their cud.
Meet the New Year for the Trees.
Meet the New Year for the Trees.
When did Tu Bishvat become a thing, and why specifically now?
Let’s take a moment to explore 10 wonderful trees (or groves) whose stories are woven into the familiar (and not so familiar) narratives of the Torah.
A look at the various parts of the tree—roots, trunk, branches, leaves, fruit and seeds—and their corresponding elements within the human being
Anyone with any knowledge about the natural way of trees would say it should have died.
15 Shevat 5741 (1981)
A ninety-minute excerpt of the Rebbe’s Farbrengen celebrating the 15th of Shevat in 5741 (1981).
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