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My name is George and I own most of the farmland in Israel
This week we explore the agricultural sabbatical of Shmita in Israel: How an ancient farming custom that died when the Jews went into exile, has come back to be a central concern for Israel’s farmers every seven years.
A beloved Haifa bourekas joint is setting up shop in Tel Aviv; Chef Jonathan Roshfeld is opening up a restaurant and boutique hotel in Jerusalem; And after the beloved Cafe 48 by Yonatan Borowitz shut down this summer, the space on Nachalat Binyamin street in southern Tel Aviv is going to spend six weeks as a pop-up restaurant.
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