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Camp Beenu, an eco-Jewish youth + family camp

Camp Beenu, an eco-Jewish youth and family camp, is launching this summer. It will take place at Sadeh, the eco, Jewish farm in Orpington, Kent in August. You don’t have to have kids to come along! Sign up to the newsletter here to find out more.

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Your perfect plant-based Pesach

We have gathered all the best plant-based Pesach resources to make things nice and easy: 1. Your guide to a vegan Passover, click here. 2. Wondering how to veganise your Seder plate? Click here 3. Keen to use a vegan Haggadah? Download and print Jewish Veg’s one for free 4. Looking for recipes? Try these […]

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JVS in-person events are back!

We are excited to be in-person events once again. First up is a matzah ramble at Walthamstow Wetlands on Bank Holiday Monday, 18th April. Join us for a stroll, picnic and a spot of bird watching at one of London’s hidden gems, a serene 200+ hectare nature reserve. Click here for full details, and stay […]

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Desert Island Dishes: Matthew Kenney

Matthew Kenney is an American celebrity chef, entrepreneur, author, and educator specialising in plant-based cuisine. He is the author of 12 cookbooks, founder of dozens of vegan restaurants, and founder of the companies Matthew Kenney Cuisine and Matthew Kenney Culinary, a plant-based diet education business. In 2012 Kenney formed Matthew Kenney Cuisine, a California-based lifestyle […]

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Vegan hamantaschen recipes

Looking for a healthier twist? Try these raw hamantaschen with dates and pistachios by chef Ines Romanelli. Or how about a savoury one? Click here to download an array of recipes from Jewish Veg. Got a recipe to share? Email us at [email protected]

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Addressing the dilemma of being a tefillin-wearing Vegan

‘Being a Jewish vegan is generally fairly easy to do: keeping kosher is simpler, one’s relationship to animals and the planet is richer, and the cost of feeding a family can be lower as well. My wife, Shoshana, and I became vegan on our wedding day, over a decade ago, and it’s been one of […]

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Help for haimishe vegans – it’s all kosher

Hints and hacks for Friday night and everyday dining from the Jewish Chronicle’s Victoria Prever in this, the second splash of the month on Jewish veganism. Looking for more information? See our recipe section and our special section on Jewish veganism. Learn how to make vegan challah. Why not try this recipe for chopped living?

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A kinder kosher – Jewish Chronicle feature on kosher veganism

In a double-page spread on veganism, the Jewish Chronicle this week explores what it takes to be kosher and vegan: ‘Are you contemplating life without lokshen soup or an egg-less Pesach? Veganism is growing in popularity, so you’re in good company. Veganuary — the charity that promotes a plant-based lifestyle at the start of each […]

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Apply now for the Sadeh Farm fellowship

The Sadeh Fellowship is a three-month residential program for adults that integrates food growing, regenerative land management, Jewish learning, and communal living. The fellowship program also weaves in themes of food justice, social action, and leadership. Fellows live, learn, and work at Sadeh farm based in Kent. Please email [email protected] for more information. Spring dates: […]

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The plant power of Veganuary – Jewish News feature

‘Whether it’s a decision for life or just for January, going vegan doesn’t mean missing out’, writes Angie Jacobs for the Jewish News. ‘A vegan diet fits in very well when observing kashrut. In fact, you’ve got to hand it to the Israelis that their national dish, falafel, is vegan without even trying.’ Click here […]

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