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Torah Learning through Tasty Fun!

Snack ideas children can make themselves, even on Shabbat,* taken from the weekly parsha. Use as an opening to a lesson, or as an end in itself!

Tetzaveh / תצוה

Torah

Tetzaveh / תצוה : SHMOT (EXODUS) Exodus  27:20-30:10 (link to the text on Sepharia)

Notable Text: Sources for familiar prayers and practices:

While not really something with which Americans are familiar, the British monarchy bases its ritual of anointing its new monarch on the anointing process found at Exodus 29:7.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS, TEXT, AND MEANING OF CHOSHEN: THEME AND VARIATIONS.


Nature’s Nosh

Veggie Choshen

And, just to be, as they say, “Extra,” here is the Choshen-themed bento I made this morning. Marinated raw tofu, cucumber spears on the edges (so the rice stays square), mini tomatoes on the corners to form the golden rings, and marinated onion in between. I would say to make the colored cloth, but really because we like it. Had I time, I would have exchanged some of the tofu with avocado, olives, etc., but that would have reduced the protein content.


Torah Thoughts

My personal thoughts regarding this week’s parsha.

Do we Still have a Choice if the Choice is Made for Us?