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Leaving out the lox – can Jewish food go vegan? Jewish Chronicle feature

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‘As more people decide to go plant-based, we ask some Jewish vegans how easy they have found making the change.

At your next kiddush or family tea, when everyone sits down to bridge rolls topped with egg mayonnaise, salmon, chopped herring and cream cheese, could you refrain from tucking in? Could you give up juicy roast chicken, that shmear of chopped liver, or even a salmon and cream cheese bagel?’ Story by Victoria Prever at the Jewish Chronicle, 17th January 2019.

Photo from Sam & Gertie’s Jewish Vegan Deli in Chicago.

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