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Hi Jennifer, It depends on you are whether you are Ashkenazic or Sephardic. I believe Sphardic Jews may be allowed to eat oatmeal during Passover, but you should check on that. Although oats is
Hi Giuliana, Like any stuffing recipe, this recipe open to whatever additions or changes you'd prefer (such as garlic, carrot, parsley herbs, etc.), depending on your own personal tastes. 1 cup
Hello again Giuliana, To the best of my knowledge, the name for stuffed neck in the USA is called HELZEL, and in England it's called MAGEL. I think Magel and Mengala might be the same thing, but
Hi Giuliana, Margarine or any of the vegetable oil can definitely be used as a substitute for Schmaltz, but some say that clarified butter works as a good substitute too. Here is a recipe for
Hi Geoff, It's not the eating of raw meat that's prohibited in the Kosher laws, it's consuming blood that's prohibited. Assuming an animal was killed in a kosher way and drained of blood properly