It may be the season for planting trees, but Yosef Abramowitz is pushing for sundae-making this Tu B'Shevat. In what he calls a "revamped" and "recast" seder in honor of the New Year of Trees, Abramowitz and the staff of BabagaNewz, an educational magazine for Jewish kids, are...
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Tag: Jewish Earth Day
February 5, 2004 | 7:00 pm
January 16, 2003 | 7:00 pm
Tu B'Shevat is arguably the most vegetarian of Jewish holidays, because of its many connections to vegetarian themes and concepts.
The Tu B'Shevat seder in which fruits and nuts are eaten, along with the singing of songs and the recitation of biblical verses related to trees and...