Pulses are a healthy, comforting and fulfilling food and the winter is the perfect time to eat them.
Although the date is one of Israel's symbols there is always a feeling it doesn't get the attention and appreciation it deserves. It might be the wrinkled...
It’s true that during Hanukkah we fry more than bake, but what shall we fry if not doughnuts made with the correct flour? Our doughnuts will be airier and more aromatic than usual, simply because we are using the right flour.
There’s nothing like frozen desserts to cool the Israeli summer. Here are a few facts about these frozen delights.
Most of the types of rice that we eat are white or, in the case of whole rice, brown, but one of the less known varieties of rice is actually red.
You don’t have to give up on delicious pastries if you want to eat more healthily - you can just make them a bit more nourishing by replacing white flour with wholewheat flour.
Avoiding wheat protein is not something that only those with coeliac disease need to do – a gluten-free diet is quickly becoming a trend in Israel and abroad.
The Jewish holiday of Shavuot has become a celebration of dairy products in Israel but why neglect Shavuot's traditional Seven Species? Here are some unique ideas.
Israel’s Independence Day is approaching, along with its almost mandatory custom of meat barbecues throughout the country. With all due respect to meat (and we do have respect for it!), we mustn’t forget the quiet stars of the Israeli barbecue table: salads.
Passover has turned into the official coconut Jewish Holiday - the reason being that it replaces flour in many bread and cake recipes. However, coconut deserves to be used 365 days a year