How Jews Eat: Video

Four Jews break it down.

Challah. Corned beef. Falafel. Halvah. Brisket. Sushi. There’s no limit to what we think of when we think about Jewish food. But what does it say about us? How does food affect our lives, and our Judaism? Last month, director Judy Prays looked at How Jews Look. Now, we examine everyone’s favorite three-times-a-day (and in between) activity in the real lives and real attitudes of real Jews.

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