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Micah Siva Shabbat Dinner • Nosh: Plant Forward Recipes Celebrating Modern Jewish Cuisine

Friday April 19 at 6:00 pm

**THIS EVENT IS BEING HOSTED AT THE JCCSF. BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE**

Amy Kritzer of What Jew Wanna Eat! will join Micah in conversation about the intersection of Jewish cuisine and vegetarianism before enjoying a plant-forward OneTable Shabbat dinner from Nosh. Details about the dinner are available at the ticket link above. 

Micah Siva — Micah Siva is a trained chef, registered dietitian, recipe writer, and food photographer, specializing in modern Jewish cuisine. After graduating from the Natural Gourmet Institute of Health & Culinary Arts, she pursued a career in nutrition and later worked for global brands, media outlets, and publications in food media. She shares Jewish-inspired, plant-forward recipes through her blog, Nosh with Micah. Micah lives in San Francisco, California, with her husband, Josh, and their mini sheepadoodle, Buckwheat.

Nosh: Plant Forward Recipes Celebrating Modern Jewish Cuisine - For those who want to connect with Jewish culinary history while following a plant-based diet, Nosh offers more than 80 recipes that can be served at shabbat, holidays, and even better, every day.

Food is a central part of Jewish culture, and those who don't connect with the foods of yesterday may feel as though a part of their heritage is missing. Nosh is the cookbook for the modern Jewish kitchen, drawing inspiration from history through a 21st century lens. With the rise in plant-based eating across the globe, Nosh is an ideal guide for those looking to connect with and share their Judaism in a way that feels authentic in today's landscape.