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Tel Aviv may be the vegan capital of the world – but McDonald's will be bringing vegan options all over Israel
A new study held at Ben Gurion University shows Mediterranean diet to be effective way to promote health.
“There are over 50 restaurants in Tel Aviv that are completely vegan, and over 500 around the country that serve vegan food,” says Paz.
A lifelong quest to make the world a better place knows no boundaries.
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN
Zakaim serves up delicious ethnic vegan cuisine.
By BUZZY GORDON
The band is one of the many star turns lined up for the forthcoming Haifa Live Festival, which will take place in the downtown district of the city on September 6 to 8.
By BARRY DAVIS
Vega also sells fun products, like an egg-free matza ball mix at Passover. For Independence Day, picnickers devoted to toasted marshmallows can pick up a bag of the Vega gelatin-free product.
By MIRIAM KRESH
Miss Kaplan’s spring menu improves on an already good thing.
Dr. Zvia Schiffer is an advocate of veganism in preventing serious ailments such as cancer and heart disease.
Israelis buy more soy, less dairy and meat compared to years past.
By MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
Observant Jews and Arabs, health nuts and environmental activists alike have all embraced Israel’s newest culinary craze: veganism.
By ALLYN FISHER-ILAN
Rabbis and Jewish communities are exploring the idea of meat- and dairy-free diets that agree with religious law.
"For all those who expressed pity on us, this is what we ate," Yacimovich wrote before listing the menu in detail.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
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