Over 150 lowfat Jewish vegetarian recipes with an international flavor are profiled, including Rosh Hashanah dinner suggestions and 33 Passover dishes. One can feast on Romanian Apricot Dumplings, Polish Apple Blintzes, Czechoslovakian Noodles with Poppy Seeds, and Ukrainian Kasha Varnishkes. Celebrate with Eggless Challah, Purim Hamentashen, Chanukah Latkes, and more.
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The Lowfat Jewish Vegetarian Cookbook: Healthy Traditions from Around the World based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
The first vegan kosher cookbook. This is a small but valuable volume, especially for for those exploring healthy choices. Since vegan cooking is by definition kosher (assuming packaged or other non-fresh items are certified kosher), this is not innovative in scope, but the inclusion of vegan versions of traditional Jewish foods can be a help to anyone trying to alter their Jewish lifestyle for health or ethical reasons.