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Is Jewish Cuisine a Subset of American?

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Is Jewish Cuisine a Subset of American?

gastronomics | Feb 5, 2014 07:25 AM

Having done a little research on the subject, it seems to me that what we think of as Jewish cuisine is actually a subset of American. It's a mix of kosher German, and Israeli, and Romanian, and other European food traditions. And before Jewish immigrants came and shared those traditions with each other in the US, there was just Kosher German food, and Kosher Israeli food, and Kosher Romanian food, ect.

Am I right or am I missing something?

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