Free Stuff Alert: Three New Healthy-ish Jewish Cookbooks

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Move over schmaltz-laden latkes: There’s a new, lighter Jewish fare in town. Well, more specifically, there are three new-ish Jewish, health- and vegetable-focused cookbooks to fall in love with this winter: The Healthy Jewish Kitchen by Paula Shoyer; Hazana: Jewish Vegetarian Cooking by Paola Gavin; and The Joys of Jewish Preserving, by Emily Paster.

We loved pouring through the pages of each of these unique cookbooks and earmarking our favorite recipes to try this season. Hazana features diverse Jewish recipes, many of which with vegetarian makeovers, from Russian Cabbage Soup to Saffron Rice with Pine Nuts and Raisins; Emily’s Paster’s book will have you sharing homemade preserves and cranberry applesauce as gifts for friends this holiday season (or noshing all to yourself); and Paula Shoyer’s newest cookbook will keep you and your family healthy all year long, with recipes like Moroccan Lentil Soup, Kasha Mujaderra and even Spelt Chocolate Babka.

Enter below and tell your friends! Three lucky Nosher winners will win one of these beautiful cookbooks to add to their collection.

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