Learn the basics and gain confidence about Jewish holidays and traditions.
Judaism has a very close relationship with food. Most holidays have one or more specific foods associated to it. There are many Jews that observe Jewish dietary laws (kosher) and not cooking on Shabbat. Over the centuries, Jewish food has been influenced by socio-economic patterns, migrations and the many countries where Jews have lived.
But what’s the history of why some foods are Jewish and some are not? How did Matzo Ball Soup get its name? This video will give you a glimpse into the history of some iconic Jewish foods.
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