As Jews, our culinary heritage is an important part of our community’s identity. Although most to all of the foods listed below originate from another culture’s cuisine, they have become a part of our collective understanding of what constitutes a Jewish meal.
There’s no reason that a vegan diet should exclude these dishes from the menu. Below you’ll find Jewish staples that not only represent the breadth and diversity of Jewish cooking—they accord with Jewish values, too.
- Matzo Ball Soup
- Seitan Brisket
- Chopped Liver
- Sweet Potato and Apple Kugel
- Date Honey
- Dumpling Stew
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