Hazon Educational Library: Shavuot
Shavuot Sustainable Resources
Category: Shabbat and Holidays
A Hanukkah Dilemma: Dairy Making, Judith and the Dairy Industry
by Liana Rothman
Three-fold workshop, which involves delving into the history of dairy on Hanukkah, making cheese and butter, and a discussion about the dairy industry and striving towards greater ethical consumption under capitalism, under the lens of our environmental crisis.
Category: Crafting + DIY, Food & Climate, Shabbat and Holidays, Sustainability
Tags: capitalism, Cheese, Dairy, environment, industry, judith, Shavuot
The First Cheese
by Cole Siegel
Participants will learn to make ricotta cheese from fresh goat milk, while digging into various Jewish and secular texts, guided by the question: ?Why do we eat dairy on this holiday??
Category: Food & Climate, Jewish Agricultural Traditions, Jewish Food traditions, Shabbat and Holidays
Tags: Cheese, food choices, Shavuot
License to Grill – Nosh:pitality
by Amanda Herring
This program is an interactive grilling lesson connected to the celebration of Lag B'Omer. Participants will have the opportunity to make several seasonal salads, learn about grilling methods and outdoor cooking, and learn what Lag B'Omer is in relation to the counting of the Omer and the Jewish Calendar.
Tags: Calendar, Grilling, Lag B'Omer, Omer, Outdoor, passover, Shavuot, young adult
Age(s): Families, Young Adults
What is Jewish About Cheese? Cheese and butter making workshop
by Emily Glick
Hazon - Teva
This workshop explores the history of dairy in the context of Judaism and Jewish tradition. It teaches participants how to easily make their own cheese and butter (they will leave the session being able to try both), while touching upon the modern-day dairy industry and its relation to Kashrut.
Category: Food & Climate, Food Systems & Food Justice, Jewish Agricultural Traditions, Shabbat and Holidays