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Kosher Soul: Food, History, and Heritage with Michael Twitty - Shared screen with speaker view
Rebecca Rendsburg
46:41
Sorry about coming in earlier!
Ari Levy (she/her)
49:34
We love Tony!
Andy Anderson (they, them) | Hillel International
49:48
^^^
Franklin Jr Moreno
49:51
I love tony
Michael Kagan (He/Him/His)
49:52
RTTTT
Andy Anderson (they, them) | Hillel International
56:35
The good good tomatoes!!
Jonah Fay
58:30
A Black farmer I like that you might be interested in: https://www.instagram.com/sylvanaquafarms/
Mary K VanGieson
59:30
Perhaps a bit off topic, but could you say something about the beautiful hanging behind you?
Guinevere J Thelin
01:01:08
just enough veg to dip in the salt water ;)
Andy Anderson (they, them) | Hillel International
01:01:56
https://uncpress.org/series/savor-south-cookbooks/
Arielle Mindel (she/her)
01:03:13
if anyone is interested in graphic design, photography, or cooking, I am working on a cool Jews of Color project and need another teammate. Email me amindel@princeton.edu if you're potentially interested :)
Ari Monts
01:03:24
rice really does bring all people of color together
Bianca Gonzalez-Lesser (they/she)
01:03:41
^^ <3
Ariel Cheng Kohane
01:04:03
My family has rice at so many Jewish holiday meals, we love love rice
Guinevere J Thelin
01:06:05
I have a book from my childhood "Children of Many Lands" that explained "children in China greet each other by saying "Have you eaten rice?""
Robyn McGraw
01:16:11
Last summer I met a lady in who started a restaurant in Corsicana, Texas (Northeast Texas near Dallas). It was a smoothie place, but she also made vegan versions of soul food. The restaurant might have closed down since then (sadly😢). I’m a little curious whether all vegan food meets the criteria for “kosher” definitions. (Even though I myself am not vegan, but I like hearing their recipes, & I’m not from a Jewish family either, but I love studying Hebrew & other Jewish things for history & spiritual reasons.) I know there’s a variety of dietary “options” & paths out there, probably as represented by different people in the group. Any comments on how soul food &/or kosher food fits into other dietary paths (such as gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, keto, etc)? Sorry if the question is kinda long & confusing. Maybe if you have different people with different dietary paths coming together at the same table (like for Pesach, etc)?
Tony Westbrook
01:32:17
https://afroculinaria.com/2019/04/16/african-american-seder-plate/
Robyn McGraw
01:38:46
Thank you for clarifying the acronym “AAPI” as “Asian American Pacific Islander”. I just wasn’t familiar with the acronym. ❤️ I learned something new!
Ariel Cheng Kohane
01:39:05
Thank you for mentioning the AAPI community. That means a lot to me as a half-Chinese Jew.
Michael Kagan (He/Him/His)
01:39:54
^ <3 <3
Tony Westbrook
01:41:28
That's the way to do Passover!
Ari Levy (she/her)
01:42:11
My heart feels so full. This was so inspiring. Thank you, Michael!
Joan Winograd
01:42:27
Hag sameach!
Sage Morgan-Hubbard
01:42:29
Thank you so much! This was really wonderful
Brandy Shufutinsky
01:42:35
Thank you!
Rebecca Rendsburg
01:42:37
Thank you!!!
Bianca Gonzalez-Lesser (they/she)
01:42:43
Thank you so much!! I so needed this!
Tony Westbrook
01:42:49
This was FANTASTIC!!!
Ariel Cheng Kohane
01:42:51
This was a wonderful event! Thank you so much!!
Ari Monts | they/them
01:43:12
toda michael!! thank you for sharing this torah with us
Chloé Laverson (she/hers)
01:43:17
This was so illuminating & wonderful! Thanks y’all!
Mary K VanGieson
01:43:51
Love your enthusiasm. Loved The Cooking Gene.
Lisa/San Diego(she/her)
01:43:53
I enjoyed this so much! Thank you!
Addie Merians (she/her/hers)
01:43:53
Feeling so renewed. Thank you!!!
Elizabeth Kessler
01:44:23
Michael, Thank you so much for wisdom and passion.
Nathalie Buzaglo
01:44:53
Thank you Michael! This was not only educational, but also put me into the Passover spirit! Chag Sameach!
Ariel Cheng Kohane
01:45:05
Chag sameach!!
Lisa/San Diego(she/her)
01:45:07
Chag Sameach!
Ari Monts | they/them
01:45:09
shkoyach!!!
Robyn McGraw
01:45:10
Thank you, Michael Twitty! This was enlightening! (And no way do you look 44!) Hag sameax!