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Israeli cuisine with LA's street food flair.

Inspired by the busy streets of Tel-Aviv, Israeli chef Amit Sidi uses fresh ingredients to create classic Middle Eastern dishes with a vegan twist
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We looove feeding people!

Fresh dishes, cooked in front of your eyes - that's what you get when you have B'ivrit food stand at your event

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A hit of spice here and a snap of turmeric there, the contrasting falafel flavors work together to keep each bite interesting.

— Ben Mesirow

Critics drool over dem balls:


There are no jars and no industrial meat substitutes in her kitchen, no soy-protein isolates and nothing in a plastic wrapper. So instead of calling her kitchen “vegan,” Amit likes to refer to it as a “vegetable kitchen.”

— Farley Elliott

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