"the Jewish state's contribution to world cuisine"

Posted by Iris Hami

Apr 26, 2013 9:28:00 AM

The most important meal of the day in the Israeli manner. A distinctive style of breakfast that originated on the typical Israeli collective farm called a kibbutz.


Israeli Breakfast
To avoid the hot sun, Israel’s pioneer farmers would work in the early morning. After the day heated up and their appetites were large, they would break for a hearty meal of bread, olives, cheese, and vegetables. While few Israelis today take the time to eat this full morning meal, Israeli hotels ge...
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