Pickling is not exactly a culinary tradition unique to the Jews. Lots of people pickle. But the act of preserving the harvest speaks directly to Jewish values of sustainability and conservation. There’s a reason our ancestors loved the crisp crunch of delicately brined pickle. Discover the joys of pickling at the next session of the B’nai Emunah Cooking School. You can register for the 7:00 p.m. workshop by calling the Synagogue office or visiting our website. The materials fee is just $18. Make contact soon, space is limited.