"Holidays are all about the brisket and chicken soup, right? Well, the Jewish holidays can also be about healthful salads, cabbage strudel, luscious soups packed with veggies and even pomegranate topped cheesecake and sour cream apple coffee cake. We know the holidays can be hard for our friends who have special diets for whatever the reason. So if you are a vegetarian, or having vegetarians at your holiday meals this year, this round-up of colorful and delicious recipes is for you."
Rosh Hashanah begins on September 13. Check out these great Vegetarian recipes by myjewishlearning.com to celebrate the New Year with!