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Rub-A-Dub-Dub, Thanks for the Grub!
Jewish Food Appreciation

Daniel Infeld

Identity & Responsibility, Ritual, Prayer & Spirituality, Text & Thought

The Torah commands us to make blessings before and after we eat. but what does it really mean? What is a good land? And how do we know how to give thanks? Explore the text of Birkat Hamazon (the traditional blessing after the meal) and Torah sources, as a way to connect with and appreciate the connections between land -- in general and the land of Israel in particular -- God and what's on your plate.

Daniel Infeld

Hazon

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Daniel Infeld is the Food Programs Fellow at Hazon and a recent graduate of Clark University in Worcester, MA. He loves cooking, eating, smelling, and learning about food. He believes in the power of a "small group of thoughtful committed citizens" changing the world, and wants to work with you to make that happen.

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