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What to Do on Valentine’s Day 2018 in Tel Aviv and Israel

Light your Fire at Milgo & Milbar Following the lines of modern French cuisine with an incredible wine menu, Chef Moti Titman created a variety of dishes to be shared in all shades of red and orange. The atmosphere will also complement special cocktails in fiery red hues. On The Menu: A fish soup with crystal shrimps, salmon confit bruschetta, red tuna with lobster gnocchi and more. Time: Evening … Continue reading What to Do on Valentine’s Day 2018 in Tel Aviv and Israel

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An Easy Guide to Getting More Iron

This is a guest post by dietician, Ilanit Fananes. An Easy Guide to Getting More Iron Making sure we get enough iron in our diets isn’t always high on our list of priorities. Here is a quick explanation of everything you need to know about iron intake and how to easily incorporate more into your diet. Why is iron so important? Iron is a component of … Continue reading An Easy Guide to Getting More Iron

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Every Day Cabbage Salad by Nutritionist Paula Rosenberg

This has become my every day cabbage salad. Every day, I eat it. Every few days, I make a bowl of it and I keep it in my fridge for those moments when I am starving, ravenous, so darn hungry that I could eat the house down. It is also great for those moments, when I need a little snack. And it actually tastes even … Continue reading Every Day Cabbage Salad by Nutritionist Paula Rosenberg

Real Snacks: Make Your Favorite Childhood Treats Without All the Junk

from Every once in a while I get a book from publisher that makes me want to run to my computer and type a review immediately so I can share the great news. This is the case with this book, Real Snacks: Make your favorite childhood treats without all the junk. This book is all about recreating childhood favorites in a healthier way with wholesome … Continue reading Real Snacks: Make Your Favorite Childhood Treats Without All the Junk