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What Do You Know About Hanukkah Food Traditions?

December isn't all about cookie swaps, tree trimmings, and Christmas dinners; at sundown tonight, Hanukkah, the eight-day Jewish Festival of Lights, begins. You may be familiar with menorahs and dreidels, but what do you know about the celebration's food traditions? Find out when you take our quiz.

What Do You Know About Hanukkah Food Traditions?

Which of the following is not considered a Hanukkah food?

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limelightqueen limelightqueen 6 years
If Brisket is a traditional dish for Hanukkah then dairy cannot be a key component. If dairy is a key component then brisket cannot be eaten. At least not among traditional jews. The laws of Kosher forbid the eating of meat and milk in the same meal. I'm an orthodox jew and I've never heard of either of these traditions.
notinthemood notinthemood 6 years
I know next-to nothing about Jewish customs... that kind of surprised me! I knew about the meat-dairy thing, but I was surprised by the "dairy is important" thing.
michlny michlny 6 years
And yes, dairy and meat cannot be served or consumed together. In fact, you need to wait 6 hours between eating the two....
michlny michlny 6 years
Never heard of the dairy thing? Interesting....
Vanonymous Vanonymous 6 years
i thought the dairy and meat just had to be on separate plates/not touching. i could be wrong though.
snarkypants snarkypants 6 years
i also don't eat dairy with my hanukkah meal, because of the brisket. but maybe on one of the other days i'll cheese it up.
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