Peanut butter cups.
(photo credit: PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN AND INBAL LAVIE)
Over the years, I’ve met quite a few people who’ve made midlife career changes and transitioned to the food industry. Inbal Lavie, who had a high-powered job in the media industry, used to come home late each night and start baking to help her relax before going to sleep. Then, one fine day, she decided to listen to her heart and turn her hobby into a business.I recently joined Lavie at her home in Givatayim for a fantastic day of preparing chocolate truffles together. An autodidact, Lavie is a curious person by nature and recalls that as a child she always preferred learning by trial and error instead of sitting in class.
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