This is a family recipe. It’s my beloved aunt Israela from Tel Aviv who is making it for every major holiday or celebration. So it’s obviously a must dish on our table at Rosh Hashanah and it has beets so it works perfectly for the Siman SilkaRead More
Represented by beets or beetroot leaves.
The wish for freedom and growth is Siman that comes from the Aramaic work Salka and sounds like Hebrew Lehistalek that means to retreat to work away (usually used as a rude one).
With this we wish to be free from enemies and achieve freedom and growth. So many times our enemies that keeps us from growing lives inside us
P.S. A very popular vegetable that can be eaten raw or cooked, as a garnish or in a soup.
Powerful antioxidants, packed with vitamins and minerals can boost the immune system and encourage weight loss, and help to lower blood pressure and cholesterol.
We can go on and on, no wonder that so many countries use beetroot in their kitchen