Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Food Recall - Chumus

Please check out this latest recall!

Here are the details you need to know:

Product: Chumus
Brand: Achlah
Size: 650g
Barcode: 7290107940030
Use By Dates: 6.9.18

This batch may be contaminated with salmonella.

Strauss Group is recalling these products in cooperation with the Ministry of Health.

Consumers who have purchased this product are instructed not to eat it. If you have any questions, or to arrange for a replacement product, please call Strauss Group customer service at 1-800-777-777 or reach out to them via their website: https://www.strauss-group.co.il/service-/

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Food Recall - Smoked Salmon

Some people out there may be interested in this latest recall:

Here are the details you need to know:

Product: Sliced Smoked Salmon
Brand: Seven Seas (Shamir Salads)
Size: 100g, 150g packages
Production Dates: 5.07.18 
Use By Dates: 4.08.18

The recall also included 100g packages with an expiration date of 27.07.18, which has already passed. If for some reason you froze this product, take note!

These products are being recalled due to listeria contamination.

Consumers who have purchased this product are instructed not to eat it. Please call Shamir Salads customer service at 1-800-701-701 to arrange your return.

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Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Coupons for you!

It's been a while since I posted supermarket coupons, but I'm trying to revive that part of this blog.

Hopefully the manufacturers will cooperate, and actually ISSUE coupons - that would make things go much, much more smoothly ;-) !!

Coupons are great, because I love to remind people to "never, ever pay full price" - but here in Israel it's much harder than it was when I lived in the US (I have no idea what goes on there now, but it seems to me like bargain hunting there has also gotten harder, so I can only talk about "the good ol' days" of couponing...). In any case, I like to try to get all the coupons I can!

Today's coupons are for "Lily" premium toilet paper products. You can choose one or both of these:

Click on this link and fill out the form on the left in order to receive your coupons (they send them via SMS)!

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Tuesday, July 24, 2018

iHerb discount code!

This post contains my iHerb referral link. You'll save money using it (even existing customers), and I may be compensated by iHerb. It won't cost you extra - but it WILL save you money!

 I've promised to share iHerb deals whenever I hear about them, so none of you will miss out on the extra savings! So here's the current big news:

Any iHerb shopper (new or not) can get 5% off plus 10% towards your Loyalty Rewards if you shop using this link (or enter codes SIXTYLC and QEJ101 at checkout)! This code can be used ONCE per customer, but you should continue to get 10% Loyalty Rewards on additional purchases, until further notice. This is definitely going to translate into major savings for all of us! (Loyalty Rewards are available for 60 days. If you don't use them during this time, they expire.)

If you use Shipping Savers, you can get really affordable shipping, even if you choose DHL Express shipping (I highly recommend this shipping method, it arrives really quickly)! You can sort for Shipping Savers on iHerb by clicking the Shipping Saver checkbox on the left-hand side of the page. Check out my Shipping Saver suggestions, too!

Not sure if shopping at iHerb makes sense?
I shop there pretty often, as you may already know. I find it makes life easier for me - not only do they make it easy to find some "hard to find" products my family needs (like fragrance free shower products), but I save a significant amount of money on things like vitamins and probiotics. So many products are definitely less expensive at iHerb than at my local stores, and shipping is VERY affordable as I mentioned above.

Here are some of the things I like to buy at iHerb:

Palm Oil (this eco-friendly version is not available in Israel at all, and is perfect for making frosting or fudge)

Magnesium Tablets (these and many other supplements are quite pricey in Israel and iHerb is a great way to save!)

Stash Teas (I buy these when they are on sale, as the sale price comes out to less than the lowest price I can find herbal teas for locally, and these are just SO MUCH HIGHER quality than teas I can find for an affordable price!)

Vitamin D (so many people are deficient, it turns out! And my doctor prescribed a rather high dose, and what's sold here is very low dose and more expensive)

Probiotics are far less expensive from iHerb than any I've found in Israel, and they don't weigh much! Many of these are "shipping savers" - so they'll lower your shipping costs for the whole order if you add them in!

EO shower gel (we like this kid friendly all-in-one shower product that doesn't irritate our skin!)

Ricola throat drops (these work out to be only slightly less expensive than the local price, so I use them as a "filler" product, never as my "reason for buying")

Witch Hazel (it's really difficult to find witch hazel products locally, and if you love witch hazel, you'll be thrilled with iherb's price. This one is a toner with alcohol in it - some people like the alcohol in it, but if you don't, they also have plenty of no-alcohol witch hazel products)

Coffee Filters (unbleached) - I can find the #4 size locally, but I use the #2 size, and can't always find unbleached, and it's so easy to order it, rather than running around town!

Brown Rice Pasta (I only buy these when they're on sale though. Great for people who don't eat wheat! The local equivalent is more expensive unless there's an amazing sale going on)

Grapefruit Seed Extract (similar product, 1/4 of the size, cost more than twice as much at my health food store, and many people are convinced this keeps colds away,!)

Essential Oils (I use them in homemade cleaners) - for a fraction of the price here in Israel! Yes, they are real and natural (and very importantly, not an MLM)!

Soy-free Teriyaki Sauce (for my soy allergic child) - I've never seen this in Israel!

Calendula Cream (so soothing and wonderful for eczema!)

Aquaphor Ointment - impossible to buy locally! When it's not available, you might find CeraVe to be a good alternative.

I also regularly check the Specials Page to see if products I use are on sale and work out to a better deal thru iHerb during a sale, and I also occasionally will order a hard-to-find spice.

Let me know what your favorite deals are!

Don't get surprised by import taxes! If you are ordering items from overseas, be sure to familiarize yourself with the most recent personal import regulations!

Orlah Update: Av 5778

This post is a follow up to the Kashrut for New Olim post. If you haven't seen it yet, please check it out -- there's important information there! 

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES in Israel - Specific Kashrut Issues

Unlike in other parts of the world, in Israel, fruits and vegetables are NOT automatically "kosher" - here we need to make sure that they are not "orlah" fruits (harvested during a tree's first 3 yrs, with other rules applying to year 4) and that trumot and ma'asrot have been taken (from both fruits and vegetables). Without these basics, these fruits and vegetables are NOT acceptable in a kosher kitchen!

If you shop at a market that doesn't have an ishur kashrut (kosher certification) on their produce, you'll need to investigate these issues further, if you are interested in adhering to the halachot of the Land of Israel OR if you regularly host people who assume the food in your home is kosher! I must say that it's important to familiarize yourself with these special halachot, as they are part of keeping kosher in Israel! (If you say you keep Kosher in Israel, everyone assumes that you have taken care of these issues; and if you don't, then you may be unwittingly putting someone in a situation they don't want to be in!) 

It's definitely possible to take trumot and maasrot on your own (I do it often), so vegetables are easiest to buy without a teudah, as that is all you need to do (and very often, it would be without a bracha). Some of the fruits on the market may be ok to purchase even from a non-certified establishment and just take trumot and maasrot, because of the extremely low percentage of orlah fruits being sold, but those lists change frequently, so you'll constantly need to stay up-to-date.

Other fruits can be a problem, because of orlah (from the first 3 years after the tree was planted). I have been posting a monthly update here on my site with a list of the fruits where the percentage of orlah fruits on the open market is greater than 0.5%. These fruits should only be bought from a reputable source that does not sell orlah fruits (i.e. a place with a teudah). This orlah issue is a serious issue for kosher consumers:

ORLAH Update for Av 5778

Fruits to AVOID buying without a teudah:
  • Avocado - Reid variety
  • Pears - Nashi variety
  • Blueberries
  • Annona
  • Peach - variety 881, and large white
  • Lemon
  • Apricot - large
  • Nectarine - several varieties of yellow, medium size white
  • Seedless grapes: many or most varieties
  • Seeded grapes: Muscat
  • Papaya
  • Pitaya (Dragon Fruit)
  • Prickly Pear (Sabra Fruit)
  • Starfruit
  • Passionfruit
  • Plum - Wickson, Miriam varieties
  • Figs
  • Valencia Oranges
  • Apples - Bachir, Grand, and Brookfield

Please be sure to speak with your personal Halachic Authority about purchasing fruit in Israel without a teudah. Not everyone holds by the 0.5% threshold, and there are differences of opinion about certain fruits and whether they are subject to Orlah. This information is just for informational purposes and is not a halachic psak! Even if you follow a psak that relies on the 0.5% threshold, you still must take trumot and maasrot on all produce grown in Israel (or be sure it has been taken), in order to fulfill your halachic obligations.

Also, be aware that this list does NOT apply to fruit grown by an individual. If your friend has a fruit tree, you'll need to find out how old it is! 

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Monday, July 23, 2018

Amazon: Free Shipping IS BACK!

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A couple of weeks ago, I posted here that Amazon had launched FREE Shipping to Israel on certain products, and then that quickly ended, much to everyone's dismay. Serious disappointment was going around.

BUT it's back now - and here's what you need to know:

It's not for everything - please take note that free shipping is only available for certain products sold and shipped by Amazon.com, and items sold by third-party sellers are subject to other shipping terms. To take advantage of this deal, you'll also have to place an order of $75+, so you will have to pay taxes and fees, as that's above the tax-free threshold. You'll see the total at checkout, though, before you comfirm the purchase. (I've been playing with my cart, and sometimes it's still worth it to pay those fees!)

Update: I'm hearing from people that they are able to get free shipping by crossing the $75 threshold and then applying a coupon. Then they chat with Amazon about getting the fees refunded. Check out coupons here: https://amzn.to/2uNjq1j

You also have to make sure you CHOOSE the free shipping option - the default may be a faster shipping method that comes with a fee.

Additionally, Amazon apparently is imposing a weight limit on free shipping items. I'm not sure what the limit is, but I am guessing you can't order furniture and stuff like that with free shipping. Still - I think this is going to be a GOOD thing, don't you?

See below for a primer on Import Taxes when you order online!

package from purchase abroad - tax free!

Shopping online and wondering what to expect regarding taxes and fees? This guide will help you understand the basics that apply to residents of Israel when shopping online from overseas. Most of us shop this way to save money, so who wants a tax bill surprise when the order gets here? This post will help you avoid a tax bill (legally, of course!).

Note: the same regulations apply to packages sent from abroad, even if they are gifts!

Here's the rundown (the full regulations can be found on the Israel tax authority's site)

Your purchase or package, no matter what currency it was in, will be translated into US Dollars by the tax authority to determine if it's taxable:

Purchases up to $75/Packages with a declared value up to $75 - no taxes

Purchases or packages with a declared value above $75, up to $500 - no customs taxes, but VAT will apply in most cases (17% currently), and Purchase Tax (variable rates) may apply (purchase tax applies to very few items at this point!)

Purchases or packages with a declared value over $500 - subject to all taxes (VAT , Purchase Tax (if applicable), and Customs Tax)

Please take note that purchases and packages (even gifts) of up to $75 in value will be subject to customs clearance fees if they arrive using an EMS service* (about 35 shekels), and if the value of the purchase is higher, the customs clearance fee can be higher as well. Other fees are often added on by shipping companies, as there is really not much oversight! I recently saw a bill that included the following fees: Handling fees, Import approval fee, VAT, Computer fee, Unloading fee, Storage fee. Watch out for these fees from shipping companies/courier services. I recommend you always try to get your packages via a service that guarantees your fees have all been prepaid.

Please be aware that the purchase price only (not purchase + shipping) will determine whether an item will be taxed. Once it is found to be taxable, however, applicable taxes will be calculated on the purchase price + the shipping price.

One more important point: If you order multiple orders from the same seller and they arrive within 72 hours of each other, customs may combine the orders and treat them as one purchase for tax purposes. They may not. But it is a possibility you should be aware of before you place multiple orders.

If your order is stuck in customs, or if you feel like you were charged tax by mistake, you will need to contact the customs office nearest you.

Here's the contact info for the various offices, taken from the meches website. I couldn't find any email addresses, sorry.

Tel Aviv

Derech HaHagana 137, Yad Eliyahu, Tel Aviv
Tel: 03-942-1730
Fax: 03-942-1733


Mercaz Shatner, Givat Shaul B, Jerusalem 91999
Tel: 02-652-6193
Fax: 02-651-1589


Sderot Pal Yam 19, Shakmona, POB 245, Haifa 31999
Tel: 04-866-4130
Fax: 04-666-9803


Central Post Office, The Red Mall, Eilat 83100
Tel: 08-632-6476
Fax: 08-866-9702

Some of these regulations are different from what some people seem to believe, so please refer back to this guide if you are about to place an order and you're not sure what to expect from the tax-man.

If you're not sure where to start shopping online, I've compiled a list of websites that offer low cost shipping to Israel! Please be sure to check it out! Let's help open Israel's marketplace and bring down our cost of living without bringing down our standard of living!

Some of my favorite websites to shop from are:

BetterWorldBooks.com ~ iHerb ~ AliExpress ~ eChemist ~ iWOOT ~ Amazon

Be sure to check out the whole list!

*Examples of EMS services - Express Mail, Fedex, UPS and other express delivery services. Sometimes DHL is EMS and sometimes it is not.

Sunday, July 22, 2018

Another Recall (Soft Drinks)!

Some people out there may be interested in this latest recall:

Here are the details you need to know:

Product: Spring Strawberry Banana Soft Drink
Size: 1.5 L
Production Dates: 5.3.18 and 6.3.18
Use By Dates: 5.12.18 and 6.12.18 (Kosher for Passover)

The company has received complaints about an unusual taste and odor. 

Jafora-Tabori is recalling these products in cooperation with the Ministry of Health.

Consumers who have purchased this product are instructed not to drink it. It is no longer on store shelves, so you won't find this batch in the store. If you have any questions, please call Jafora-Tabori customer service at 1-800-701-701.

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Thursday, July 19, 2018

Nine Days Meatless Meal Ideas

I'm running late this week - I forgot to post my 9 days menu!
Hopefully, it's better late than never (??)...

My family doesn't love it when I forget to cook for days at a time, so there's something of a mutiny going on in my house. 

(NO MORE SANDWICHES! - the picket signs are being made as I write this. oops)

In my defense, I have a lot of projects going on right now, and my family IS capable of prepping their own meals. Just because they don't want to do it doesn't mean I always have to do it, does it? I hear their complaints that it's hot and they don't want to cook, but guess what? I can say the same thing!

And I will:

It's hot and I don't want to cook. There, I said it.

In any case, we still need to eat, so aside from the aforementioned sandwiches, here are some of my go-to foods for the 9 days (and actually, any weekday):

Pasta night

Sloppy Sams and sweet corn

Black Bean Burgers with all the fixin's

Black Bean Chili (recipe coming soon - I forgot to post it) - one of our favorite meals right now! (served with whatever makes people happy)

Grilled Cheese Sandwiches and a salad

Tuna Patties with baked potatoes

Stir Fried Veggies with tofu (and rice)

Chick Pea Fritters and a salad

Breakfast for Supper

Pareve Quiche and fresh rolls and salad

Black Bean Salad and Corn Bread 

What are your favorite meatless meals? I'd love to hear from you!

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Food Recall (Israel) - Mayonnaise!

Today's recall is one you definitely want to see. Please check your fridge or pantry!

Here are the details you need to know:

Product: Mayonnaise
Brands: Meitav, Shufersal, and Rami Levy 
Barcodes: 7290002781059, 7290015835800, 7296073205081
Production Dates: 15-16/05/18

Expiration Dates: 15-16/01/19

These products have an unusual odor that is not typical of them. Meitav is recalling these products in cooperation with the Ministry of Health.

Consumers who have purchased these products are instructed return it to the store where purchased. If you have any questions, please call Meitav customer service at 08-997-0070.

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Surviving Summer (Stinky Shoes Edition)

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Let's just put it all out there - this post is about a problem that often doesn't get discussed:

Stinky Shoes.

I know it's not a very widely discussed topic. In fact, it seems most people really don't like to admit publicly that someone in their household may have this problem! But many of us have a family member (or several) who leave us all wondering what on earth are we supposed to do with those stinky shoes?!?

Lets' face it, this problem can happen anywhere in the world, but here in Israel, where it's SOO hot, it can be rather intense, you know? It may be one of those unspoken truths about making Aliyah... And today, we are going to end the silence about it and face it head on.

Personally, I have been SEARCHING for a long time for the solution to the stinky shoes problem.

We toss shoes in the washing machine fairly regularly, which is very helpful.
We buy odor eaters, also helpful.
Shower daily, very important...

But we still didn't conquer the problem, and we needed another something to complete the solution. You know, something that would allow us to keep shoes in the house even if we couldn't wash them!

Without this something, the smell can get a little ... overpowering. And I don't love sticking shoes outside overnight, for a bunch of reasons.



(incredibly inconvenient)

(shoes still stink in the morning)

I decided there must be a simple solution that did not involve messy powders or sticking antibiotic-laced insoles into every pair of shoes. So I began the hunt. It involved checking out many stores - physical ones and online ones. Months of searching on and off...

Finally I found a product that really delivered. These awesome activated charcoal bags that you can put inside the stinky shoes as soon as they are off the stinky feet! And they tame them. For real.

Click the link above to go to the product listing on Aliexpress
This product has saved my house, seriously!!

(Those stinky feet still need a shower, but you expected that, didn't you?)

And now you know the secret to taming stinky shoes. 

Oh, and I am so happy to tell you that my order arrived in under 2 weeks!

Hope this helps someone else out there!

Sunday, July 8, 2018

Endless Summer Fun with Discounts!

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**Please note: As of June 5, 2018, Groupon has become GROO!**

Kosherfrugal.com has teamed up with Janglo to bring you all the best savings in the country! I love being able to bring you the best of GROO's deals - this post is all about Entertainment and Attractions - SAVE big with these discount deals!

Terms and conditions can change at any time, so if you want a deal, buy it right away! Vouchers vary from slight discounts to 50% off or more:

Off-beat Getaways:

Or Tal Vacation package (includes a premium room, kayaking, and more)

Chof Dor Vacation Village family vacation package

Camping at HaGoshrim for more than 25% off

"Hot Wheels" Converted Bus Getaway on the beach for an amazing price!

Round trip flights Sdeh Dov -- Eilat for 199 nis!

Rustic Cabins in Metullah, for an amazing price! 


Lychee Picking (Kfar HaRo'eh)

(Related) Fishing Expedition

Halbrecht Farm

Museums (discount tix):

Biblical Museum of Natural History

Igudan Visitor's Center

Neanderthal Museum

The John Deer Museum of Emek Yizrael

Otzar HaStam (The Scribes' Collection) Visitors' Center in Tzfat

Technoda, Hadera

Water Fun:

Chof Gai Water Park (Teverya)

Yamit 2000 Water Park

Luna Gal

Sporter Pool in Givatayim

Sporter Pool in Givat Shmuel

Swimming Passes at Yaar Yerushalayim for 40% off 

Discount Swim Pass for Bora Bora Pool in Bat Yam 

Discount Swim Pass for Bora Bora Pool in Pardes Chana

Discount Swim Pass for Bora Bora Pool in Beit Dagan

Kfar HaKasum Pool in Rishon

Galei Yafa Pool in Talmei Yafa

Sea of Spa Day Pass, Ein Gedi 

Park Timna

Kinneret Water Sports

Surfing Lesson at Chili Surf School, Tel Aviv (for kids and teens)

Surf or SUP Lesson at Chili Surf School, Tel Aviv (for ages 18+. Group lesson or private lesson for 2)

Top Rope Park and/or Kayaking in Kfar Blum

Dag-al-HaDan Kayaking

Kayaking at HaGoshrin (Nachal Hazbani)

Kayaking in Park HaYarden

Sailing in Eilat

Water Sports Combo tickets (Eilat)

Leonardo Club, Eilat Water Park

Swim, Spa, and Eat (choose breakfast or lunch) at the Crown Plaza Jerusalem

Extreme Fun (Ice skating, Ropes Courses, Rapelling, Paragliding, and More):

Ice Skating (Ashkelon)

Pilot for a day (Rishon)

Pilot for a day (for two) (Herzliya)

Race Car driving experience (Nes Harim)

Paragliding (Sharon Region)

Paragliding (Shfayim)

Top Rope Park and/or Kayaking in Kfar Blum

Extreme Park at Montfort Lake (Maalot)

Ice Skating (Maalot)

Ice Skating in Eilat 

Urban Climbing in Rechovot (does not include rental fee for climbing shoes) - one voucher per person. If you've bought this deal in the past, you cannot use it again. Discount monthly pass option is available!

Urban Climbing in Kiryat Malachi

Private Hot Air Balloon Rides (Kibbutz HaShitah)

Private Hot Air Balloon Rides (Har Tavor) 

Jet Ski (Kinneret)

Zoos & Petting Zoos:

Haifa Zoo

Devorat HaTavor Bee Farm

Agam Chai Yiron

Reptile Center, Katzrin

Eretz HaZvi Park, Hod Hasharon (limited hours)

Chai-Kef, Rishon

Get a 50% off voucher for your pet supplies at Anipet (good at the Tel Aviv-Chashmonaim St location only)!

Indoor Play:

Foot-Pool, Haifa

2Jump in Ashdod

SkyJump in Ra'anana

Shachmatipus -- Climbing Wall in Kiryat Malachi

Urban Climbing in Rechovot (does not include rental fee for climbing shoes)

The Green Bear Club Jaffa Port

Hachalal Hamuflah, Netanya

Partyland in Atlitup to 61% off

Bowling (8 different locations)

Laser Tag, Glilot

Laser Tag, Petach Tikvah

Laser Tag, Netanya

Laser Tag, Raanana

Target Tag, Ramat Gan

Space Laser, Jerusalem

Nature/Outdoor Activities:

Biking Trip (various locations)

Private Hot Air Balloon Rides (Kibbutz HaShitah)

Private Hot Air Balloon Rides (Har Tavor)

Neot Kedumim Park (admission only)

Neot Kedumim Park (admission + guided tour)

Donkey-drawn Carriages (Eilat)


Beit Oren "Fun Day" (Horseback Riding, "Tomcar" ride) 

Ein Gedi Botanical Gardens

Agam Nitzanim (Ashdod)

Park Timna 

Yacht Outing from Tel Aviv

Segway Tours in Jaffa/Zichron/Ashdod

Segway Tours in Rishon LeTzion-Bat Yam

Segway at Montfort Lake


The Metz Opera Ballet, several dates and locations. Choose your tickets carefully (some shows are on Shabbat, so check before you book!)

HaBimah Theater Ticket Subscrition (4 shows)

"The Comic Lab" at HaBimah Theater in Tel Aviv on various dates.

Stand Up Factory in Tel Aviv (choose carefully, and click on "more options" to see all of the available options. Some deals are for Friday night and some are for after Shabbat)

HaBimah Theater tix (choose which show)

Virtual Reality:

Funtasy Goal + 7D movie in Eilat

VR Escape Room, Tel Aviv

VR Games at Space Laser, Jerusalem

VR Games, Kiryat Motzkin

VR Game in Petach Tikvah

Group Fun (Karaoke, Escape Rooms, and More:

Target Tag (Ramat Gan)

Airsoft Game in Eilat

Beat Box Karaoke Room (Kfar Saba) 

Speak On (Karaoke in Rishon)

Maimonides Puzzle Room (book with code Kosherfrugal for 10% off)

"Out of the Box" Escape Room (Tel Aviv)

Harry Houdini Escape Room (Tel Aviv)

Guardians of the Galaxy Escape Room (Nesher/Haifa area)

"Innocent" Escape Room (Nesher/Haifa Area)

Spa Day:

Spa Day at Gai Beach Hotel in Tiberias

Spa Day at Herods Tel Aviv - includes massage

Spa Day at the Spa Club, Dead Sea

Spa Day at the Crowne Plaza Jerusalem

Spa Day at the Crowne Plaza Dead Sea

Swim, Spa, and Eat (choose breakfast or lunch) at the Crowne Plaza Jerusalem

Spa Day at the Ramada Netanya

Spa Day at the Carlton Nahariya

If you're planning a vacation, check out these tips before you get started!

Be sure to check eLuna for discount restaurant vouchers AND be sure to check out GROO's kosher restaurant deals- for Jerusalem and the Merkaz, click here! For the North and the South, click here!

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