For many Holocaust survivors, food is not a source of joy, but of anxiety. A new partnership between JSSA and Nourish Now tackles food waste and ensures that survivors never experience hunger again.
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Growing up in the Soviet Union during World War II, Inga Borisova recalls extreme hunger. Although she immigrated to the US in 1988, her first encounter with Americans was their 1943 food distributions.
Almost 90 years old, local Holocaust survivor Susan Taube experienced tremendous pain and loss, yet she after the Holocaust, she picked up and created a new life, even becoming an avid, self-taught cook.
Recipe contributed by Susan Taube. This recipe is one that Holocaust survivor Susan Taube has been making for her children for years. They look forward to it after breaking the Yom Kippur fast or when they come home for a visit. It can be pre-prepared as directed, covered and refrigerated overnight. Uncover and bake as directed.