Tikkun Leil

Shavuot is one of the three main Jewish harvest festivals. The tradition is to stay up all night learning, talking, singing and eating to remember the ancient story of how the Jewish people gathered at Sinai to receive the Torah

Vegan flapjacks

Superfruity Flapjacks

Vegan, gluten-free, nut-free, refined sugar-free but NOT free from FUN 😉

These flapjacks are just heavenly – perfectly chewy, just sweet enough and SO more-ish. They are fully allergy-friendly too, as they are free from nuts, dairy, gluten and refined sugars. Where regular flapjacks use golden syrup, sugar and butter, these are made with lower GI and natural carob syrup, coconut sugar and coconut oil instead of butter.

Cook First

Amelia Stewart, founder of Cook First (www.cookfirst.co.uk/about), is a cooking teacher, food writer and consultant.

Based on the concept that cooking is a positive and productive creative medium through which to tackle the challenges of life, Cook First aims to empower people by teaching them to cook simple, nutritious, wholesome meals, while also minimising food wastage.

Embracing Veganuary with Cook First

It can be hard being the only vegan in a family or a friendship group, particularly when you want to entertain. But being sociable while sticking to Veganuary has never been easier or more delicious! These two dishes will certainly impress your guests – and might even convert them to Veganism! So nutritious and sumptuous, they’ll never even realise they’ve eaten a purely plant-based meal.

Join our team

SKEET PART TIME CHEF Skeet Hill House is the only kosher retreat centre in the UK. We focus on recreation, education and the environment in a Jewish context. Skeet hosts Sadeh farm, the UK’s Jewish farm which combines food growing and environmental awareness with Jewish traditions. We are looking for someone excited by our vision and product who is motivated …

Jewish farming week

Would you love to try out farming, growing vegetables and getting your hands dirty? Are you interested in finding out what Jewish farming means and how Sadeh can nourish your mind, body and soul?