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Today in Tablet Magazine, senior writer Allison Hoffman reports on the expected shortage of Sukkot lulavs this year due to the unwillingness of the world’s largest supplier, Egypt, to import them to Israel. For American Jews faced with uncertain supply and rising prices, there is hope for an alternative solution: buy local.

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