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Memories About Food: Mia Rubenstein


“Every Friday night, my family and I have what’s called Shabbat dinner, which is a Jewish holiday or meal that symbolizes the end of the week and the beginning of a new one. Every Friday night we have a meal with the whole family and we sit down at the table. It gives us a chance to talk with each other and get to talk about our week. And we have salmon and traditional Jewish bread called Challah and juice and say blessings. And it’s something that I’ve been doing since I was born, so it’s something that’s very traditional. That’s what comes to mind. It means a lot because I get to connect with my family and connect with my Jewish identity more. I guess I relate more to that. I really hope to continue it when I’m older, like if I had children and stuff with them because it’s something that I think is important.”

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