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Ma Zeh, Vegan?

Today on Tablet, Israel goes vegan

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The main dish at the Israeli restaurant Vegetarian Shawarma(Leevi Winter)

While Israel remains on the cutting edge of technology and medicine, they are notoriously slow at latching onto social trends like signaling while driving and standing in lines patiently. Apparently though, Israel is making impressive headway in the dietary realm, where eating vegan has taken off.

As Dana Kessler reports, restaurants and cooking classes are adjusting accordingly. Check out the story, with recipes included, here.

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Ma Zeh, Vegan?

Today on Tablet, Israel goes vegan

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