Cook a vegan meal for a relative or neighbour

Category: Cooking

Based in Golders Green, JVS is an international charity dedicated to promoting a kinder world, without killing animals for food. JVS works to raise awareness of the benefits of veganism, and offers support and guidance to people who are moving towards veganism.

This Mitzvah Day JVS would like to encourage you to cook a tasty and delicious vegan dish for a relative or friend.

Recipe Ideas

Please use these links to access some of JVS’s   favourite dishes, and don’t forget to take a photo of your finished dish and upload it to social media using the hashtags #everymitzvahmatters #jvsmitzvahmenu

https://www.jvs.org.uk/recipe-view/winter-pilau-with-beetroot-cauliflower-and-coriander-chutney/

https://www.jvs.org.uk/recipe-view/vegetable-pie/

https://www.jvs.org.uk/recipe-view/your-first-vegan-lasagne/

https://www.jvs.org.uk/recipe-view/fish-chips-tartare-sauce-mushy-peas/

https://www.jvs.org.uk/recipe-view/salted-caramel-cake-rosh-hashanah/

 https://www.jvs.org.uk/recipe-view/chocolate-peanut-butter-chickpea-fridge-bars/

and of course their amazing recipe for Vegan Challah! – https://www.jvs.org.uk/recipe-view/6234/

For more recipe ideas and inspiration please contact Lara Balsam – lara@jvs.org.uk

JVS:

– Hosts special events including talks, workshops, cookery demonstrations and socials.

– Publishes a quarterly, The Jewish Vegetarian (currently on a break). A selection of archived magazines are available for free download from our website,

– Runs a free community library.

– Is an active member of the Jewish Social Action Forum and the Animal Interfaith Alliance

We invite you to get involved with our Mitzvah Day project- and cook a vegan meal for a neighbour.