Which book says "hot drinks are not for the body or belly?"
Shojin ryori, a style of cooking introduced to Japan by Buddhist monks, is vegetarian because:
According to Luke's gospel, which food does Christ eat after he is resurrected?
During the hajj (pilgrimage to Mecca), which animal is slaughtered, cooked and eaten?
When Matthew's gospel says John the Baptist ate "wild honey and locust." What were the locust?
Gefilte fish, a traditional fish dish that Jews eat on many holidays, literally means:
Pretzels are said to have been invented by European monks in the 600s, their odd shape representing:
Islam's Hallal food laws are similar to:
Which food do Jews eat on Rosh Hashanah to celebrate the sweetness of the new year?