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Specific Things Allowed In ‘Eruv’


Many Jewish traditions are followed on Shabbat and on Jewish holidays. Observant Jews do not push baby strollers, carry a baby in their arms or even carry a tallis bag on the way to Temple during Shabbat.

Why is this the case? The Shabbat, according to Exodus 20:8-10 is a time of rest and a very special day for Jewish people. "You shall work during the six days and do all your tasks. But Saturday is the Shabbat to G-d, your Lord. Do not do anything that constitutes work. "The Sabbath is governed by specific guidelines which makes sure that no work or labor is done on that day.


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Holiday Recipe: Falafel

falafelCombine drained chick peas and onion. Add the parsley, egg and spices. Whirl in a blender or food processor. Add the bulgur until mixture forms a ball without sticking to your hands. Refrigerate at least one hour. Form chick pea mixture into small balls, each about the size of a walnut.

Flatten the patties slightly before frying them in deep fat, until golden brown on each side. Drain on paper towels.

It can be served with Tehini sauce (Sesame dip) or humus and make sandwiches with pita bread.

Serves 8 -10 people.


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