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• Days filled with laughter,
friends, caring

PIZZA from page 70

• Respite for family
members and caregivers

• Therapeutic and
social activities

• Caregiver support
and education

• Personal care services
and transportation
available

Dorothy & Peter Brown
Jewish Community
Adult Day Care Program

"the best commercial sauce waive ever
tasted."
16. The Hard Facts
You may see a notice that certain
kosher pizzas contain "hard cheese."
Why is that impor-
tant?
Depending
on tradition,
Jews wait
varying
amounts of
time before
consuming
dairy foods
after eating
meat. In general,
however, one can dine on meat imme-
diately after eating cheese, providing
he rinses his mouth with water. The
exception is "hard cheese" (such as
Parmesan), which may cling to the
teeth. Some rabbinic authorities have
ruled that one should wait an hour
after eating hard cheese before eating
meat.

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17. Love That Garlic
Pizza with garlic for Shabbat dinner?
Garlic long has been considered an
aphrodisiac, which may be why some
Jewish scholars advised married cou-
ples to eat it on Friday night.

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18. It Grows On You
Mushrooms are a popular pizza top-
ping. If you like the fancy version of
mushrooms, consider a trip to Israel's
dry lands. Truffles can be found grow-
ing in the sands of the Negev desert.

19. Spicy Stuff
Like your pizza on the bold side? Try
making a pizza with spices mentioned
in the Torah. These include cumin,
dill, ginger, mint, mustard, pepper,
saffron, sesame and thyme.

20. Don't Worry, Be Happy
Did you know that rabbinic literature
makes frequent mention of onions?
One rabbi advised: "Eat batsal
(onions) and sit ba-tsel (in the shade)
and do not eat geese and fowl." (That
is, "be happy with what you've got in
life.")

21. Pizza Pita
Today in Israel, you can find pizza for
sale everywhere. Long before there was
pizza, however, there was pita. Some
families like to make their own mini
pizzas by topping pita with cheese and
sauce and vegetables.
And while we think of pita filled
with falafel as a typically Israeli dish,
in fact, the Israelis first learned all

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