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It is customary to eat a dairy meal at least once during Shavuot. One reason is that it is a reminder of the promise that Israel would be a land flowing with "milk and honey." Another reason might be because the Israelites abstained from eating meat as part of their purification before receiving the Torah. No one really knows how this tradition started, but it is a good excuse to indulge in dairy delicacies!
- Goat Cheese and Grape Salad;
- Lemon Tofu "Cheese"cake;
- Bulgar Wheat Salad (Tabbouleh);
- Leafy Lettuce and Fruit;
- Custard Peach Pie;
- Hungarian Green Bean Soup;
- Sephardi Stuffed Artichokes;
- Iraqi Noodle Omelets;
- Ashkenazi Baked Rice Pudding;
- Vegan and Non-Dairy Desserts.