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What’s Wrong With What We Eat: Mark Bittman

In this great and thought-provoking video, NY Times food writer Mark Bittman, talks about as the title suggests, “What’s Wrong with What We Eat.”  The website, TED.com, is full of thought-provoking videos and talks. Bittman points out that we (humans) consume 10 billion animals a year. He doesn’t advocate for vegetarianism (relax, carnivores) but like Michael Pollan the author of the great “The Omnivore’s Dilemma” of being more thoughtful, critical and informed about how the food we eat arrives at our table.

When you have 20 minutes to pay attention – this is well worth it.

Click Here: Mark Bittman, “What’s Wrong with What We Eat”

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Video: Dr. Shakshuka in Yaffo

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Iraqi Curry

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Last Jew of Babylon – Part II

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The Last Jew of Babylon – Video

Ofir just sent me a fascinating video about the heritage of Jews in Iraq, and as Ofir writes, “absolutely fascinating and very telling at the transition from Arab Jews to just Jews. Really a forced denial of a rich culture by Zionizm. If you change the last digit to 2 you will see the conclusion. I was crying.” I’ve linked to Part I of the video here.

I will upload Part II in the next post.


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Video: Kibbi Mishiya

Until we get Doda Jannet’s recipe up here enjoy this quick video. The only difference is, we wouldn’t serve the kibbe with yogurt – but other than that, I think it’s pretty much right on.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=TNYvBYtRsiI 

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Video: Mhasha – Iraqi “Cabbage Rolls”

Rachel explains that “mhasha” in Arabic means “stuffed.” In this video she explains how to make “stuffed things,” here she uses grape leaves but you could always sub in some cooked cabbage (drawing on our Polish side here!  Martha Shem-Tov has a killer recipe for those).  Bon Appetit.

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