Sustainable Living Panel: A Discussion on Healthy Living, Plant-Based Cuisine, and Jewish Perspectives

Great Miami Jewish Federation
Speaking Engagement
April 02, 2019
Jennifer E. Fine moderates a panel discussion regarding Jewish perspectives on sustainability, food justice, and veganism including Taylor Cohen, the creator of a lentil-based meat substitute called Adashah, Rabbi Adam Gindea, the Rabbi at Base Miami, and Benjamin Goldman, the Chef de Cuisine at Planta on South Beach.
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