New Book Available

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Shalom, readers! Just letting you know that I have put together a book on the ketogenic lifestyle, the health benefits, and hacks for doing it while keeping kashrut.  The title Kosher Ketosis book coveris Kosher Ketosis: A Treif-Less Approach to Keto Living, and as of today, it is available on Amazon. It is filled with 88 keto-adapted versions of traditional Jewish dishes from Diaspora communities around the globe, as well as Israeli dishes. If you are on the keto diet, you’ll want to get a copy! https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1795231416/

Purim Katan Special: The newly-released Kindle eBook edition is available one day only for FREE!  My mishloach manot to you is an absolutely free download of the eBook version from midnight to 11:59pm PST on February 19th so you have access to the low-carb, gluten-free hamantaschen recipe in time for Purim Katan! Don’t miss out! Here’s the kindle link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NN8C66H/

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About Prof. Brian Tice, B.Sci., M.Sci.

Brian Tice is currently a Hebraica research scholar and education facilitator with Manuscript Research Group in Michigan and a Jewish Studies and Ancient Languages professor with MJR Yeshiva. He received his rabbinical semikha in 2000. His formal education includes studies in Music and Modern Languages (Kalamazoo Valley Community College); Bible, Youth Ministry, and Ancient Languages (Cornerstone University); Divinity and Practical Ministry (Grand Rapids Theological Seminary); Higher Education and Classical Hebrew Andragogy (Purdue University Global/Kaplan); and Jewish Studies (Tel Aviv University/Coursera)... culminating in B.Sci. and M.Sci. degrees. Professor Tice has been an avid volunteer with Little Mary's Hospitality House critically-ill children's camp, Habitat for Humanity, Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kalamazoo, several schools, and several homeless outreach ministries. In 2001, he was awarded a Governor's Commendation for service to the community and extraordinary academic contributions. View all posts by Prof. Brian Tice, B.Sci., M.Sci.

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