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Community Tikkun Leil Shavuot in Brookline 2016 has ended

"Shavuot is the time when the community gathers around the mountain, and makes pilgrimage to a holy place, for the ultimate transformative experience." 
—Reb Zalman Schachter-Shalomi
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8th Annual Community Tikkun Leil Shavuot in Brookline

All Night, June 11-12, 2016
Starting at 9:00pm with special pre-session at 8:15p.
384 Harvard Street and 100 Centre St. in Brookline, MA

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Sunday, June 12 • 1:15am - 2:05am
Let Us Harvest & Preserve: Pickling Nature's Bounty

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"A meal without salt is no meal" - Berakhot 44a. Pickling, an ancient culinary tradition using the most basic of ingredients—salt and water—is the best way to preserve vegetables from one season to the next. Learn about salt in ancient Jewish religious practice while making  a jar of your own pickled veggies to take home!

Speakers
IK

Ilana Karkowski and Mona Strick

Ilana and Mona are rabbinical students at Hebrew College and rabbinic interns at KI this year.
JZ

Jack Zietman

Jack is an alumnus of the Adamah Jewish Farming Fellowship.


Sunday June 12, 2016 1:15am - 2:05am PDT
Kitchen 384 Harvard

Attendees (2)