Tips in Planning Your Shabbat Menu

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Shabbat or Sabbath is one of the most popular Jewish observances. Shabbat is observed a few minutes before sunset every Friday until a few minutes after the first three stars appear in the sky on Saturday night. This Jewish observance is considered a festive day and a festive meal are traditionally eaten. Here are some steps to preparing a traditional Shabbat menu:

  • Plan your menu days before Shabbat. This will give you ample time to buy ingredients and plan your meals.
  • If you don’t have time to prepare elaborate kosher meals, stick to simple yet delicious dishes for your Shabbat dinner.
  • Serve kosher foods. Pork is not an acceptable food in Judaism. Stick to kosher beef, chicken or lamb. You can also serve fish. For dessert, you can serve fruits.
  • Choose only kosher wine for your Shabbat dinner.

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