The art and science of animal nutrition is one of the most fascinating fields of study in the world today.
This month, for the first time, The Jerusalem Report will be covering the field of animal foods.
In the last 50 years, the world has experienced a huge change in its understanding of animal diets, from animal agriculture to animal-free agriculture.
This has been partly due to advances in the field through the development of modern technologies, but also due to a variety of social and cultural factors.
According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, the human diet is now largely vegetarian.
However, animal products such as meat, dairy, eggs and fish are still produced, often in large quantities.
This is a significant change from the past, when most of the world’s meat was produced in small, industrialized farms.
The development of veganism, however, has allowed the animal-based products to become more widely available and to be eaten in a variety the size of the entire country of Israel.
The most popular vegan food in Israel, according to the World Vegan Day website, is the vegan chia seed porridge.
It’s made with an organic and natural blend of chia, flax, chia seeds and sunflower seeds, which is enriched with vitamin A and other nutrients.
It is also gluten-free and vegan.
While chia has a long and storied history in the diet of Israelis, its popularity has grown rapidly in recent years.
In 2010, there were about 500 vegan stores in Israel and in 2013, there are about 8,000.
The chia-based porridge is also one of Israel’s most popular pastries.
While its origins go back centuries, the popular recipe for chia is derived from a simple recipe found in the ancient Chinese text The Yangtze Codex.
The recipe for this porridge has become popular in recent decades as a way to incorporate animal products into the recipe without the need for additional ingredients.
In recent years, there has also been an increase in the consumption of vegan products by the Israeli public, and as a result, the vegan market in Israel has been growing exponentially.
According to the Israeli food ministry, the number of vegan shops in the country has tripled in the last 10 years.
In addition to the vegan foods, there is also an increasing number of vegetarian restaurants in Israel.
The number of restaurants that serve vegan meals has grown from 20 in 2011 to 1,500 in 2017.
The world is slowly but surely coming to terms with the fact that there are more than 50 million animals in existence.
The demand for animal products has increased dramatically, and it is no longer surprising that demand for vegans has also increased.
In fact, the growth of the vegan diet is a major factor in the increasing veganism in Israel over the past 10 years, according the World Vegetarian Survey.
The survey found that the percentage of Israelis who identify as vegans increased from 7.2 percent in 2011, to 12.1 percent in 2017, and that a staggering 57 percent of Israelis currently do not eat meat.
Israel is also experiencing an increase of vegan-oriented businesses.
A number of new vegan businesses are opening all over Israel.
In 2017, there was a major boom in the number and popularity of vegan bakeries, which cater to the growing vegan community in Israel with offerings that range from vegan chocolate mousse to vegan peanut butter ice cream.
These vegan bakerys are also taking advantage of the growth in vegan food tourism in Israel by introducing vegan products to Israeli diners and offering special deals.
In 2018, the Israel Food and Beverage Corporation launched the Israel Vegan Business Challenge, which encourages companies to enter competitions to create and showcase vegan products.
As veganism has become a popular lifestyle choice, many restaurants in the Israeli capital have also begun serving vegan meals.
In the past year alone, the Israeli Vegan Food Association has welcomed more than 60,000 new vegan diners.
This number has been on a constant rise, according Toiv Shnayk, president of the association.
The Israeli Vegan Restaurant Association has also received support from the Israel Chamber of Commerce, which launched the Israeli Restaurant Week, which features restaurants from across the country participating in special events and competitions.
The association also announced the introduction of the Israeli Vegemaster, a special promotion for those who want to be vegan in Israel during Lent.
The Vegemasters will be awarded with a special prize, and the best vegan meal will be served.
Vegan diners will have the opportunity to taste and sample vegan foods from around the world.
This week, The Israel Vegan Restaurant Guide will be launched, highlighting Israeli restaurants that offer vegan food, and offer special deals and discounts to those who choose to eat vegan.
The Israel Vegan Week also features the Israeli Food Challenge, an event where restaurants can enter the competition to win a vegan-friendly menu.
The success of the event is due to the fact the organizers, the Herzliya Vegemastery, have developed an entire vegetarian restaurant