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A "60 Minute" style documentary on kosher dietary laws and its impact on both body and soul
The Complete Format for the Traditional Shabbat Dinner
More than just a cooking video, A Taste of Shabbat presents the historic and cultural background of the foods and traditions that make the Shabbat such a meaningful experience.
There are copious Talmudic references to fish on the Shabbat menu, yet, despite its apparent deep history something seems fishy as it virtually disappears from Torah literature for over 1000 years – only to reappear with regularity in Halachik codes and R...
Practical Parshah - Behaalotecha
Torah views meat-eating as a luxury, not a right. When is it appropriate -- and inappropriate -- to use animals for food?
Torah does not prohibit the consumption of alcohol. The pros and cons of alcohol as seen through the lens of Jewish law and tradition.
Let’s take a close look at honey, the sweet side of nature. What is it, and from where do we get it?
Day of Atonement
Yom Kippur, the holiest day on the calendar, is a day of atonement which is observed chiefly through fasting.
Findings from the Torah and Technology Research Center, is meat from stem cells considered meat?
It’s customary to have kreplach (pastry filled with meat) on the seventh day of Sukkot.
What is Yom Kippur all about? Unpack layers of meaning embedded in the requirement that we neither eat nor drink for the duration of this most holy and solemn of days.
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