Read itOct/Nov 2008 Issue

Living Without Books: Hip Kosher Cookbook

Vegetarians, vegans, people with certain food allergies, those who believe eating kosher helps them connect spiritually to the food they consume—a surprising variety of people drive the double-digit annual growth in the kosher products market. According to Ronnie Fein, author of  Hip Kosher (Da Capo Press), kosher is not just a matter of faith or food blessed by a rabbi; kosher may simply mean “doing it the right way.” Fein’s cookbook certainly does it right, offering 175 easy-to-prepare recipes freshened with contemporary ingredients. Focused on simple, pure foods, it’s easy to review the recipes for potential allergens. But be prepared for tasty temptation. Hip Kosher brings you a simple yet sophisticated multi-cultural, multi-national way to eat hip—without getting hippier.

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