Healthy Jewish Cooking

By | January 1, 2020

A guide to Jewish cookery with a “light touch” reinvents the normally heavy ethnic cuisine, substituting ingredients and switching techniques to suit the more modern, low-fat, low-cholesterol kitchen.

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Anonymous on 01/01/2020 at 16:21.

Healthy Jewish Cooking Once again noted cookbook author, Steve Raichlen has hit a homerun. His adaptations of time honored Jewish comfort foods to suit the modern , healthy life style is phenomonal. Cabbage soup is as good as my bubbe’s and it is completely vegetarion. From blintzes to borscht; from chopped liver to chicken fricasse, Raichlen runs the gamut of Jewish cooking perfectly. Add the personal touches of wonderful stories of family feasts, the cookbook is a key to opening the vast storehouse of long held…

Anonymous on 01/01/2020 at 16:50.

Anonymous on 01/01/2020 at 17:21.

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