So I wanted to share my latest travels with you. I returned from Israel just a few short days ago. Every Jewish adult aged 18-26 has an opportunity to go on an almost entirely paid trip to Israel (our homeland) for 10 days. I say "almost" because we were responsible for lunch at whichever restaurant was nearby, everyday. But this was the fun part for me because at our hotels, therefore for breakfast and dinner, we were served buffets. The buffets were excellent but got a bit repetitive and lunch was a great changeup everyday.
The food in Israel is amazing, well if you like hummus, falafel, schwarma (shaved lamb in a pita with toppings) and schnitzel (fried chicken in a pita with toppings). Hummus is one of my food addictions. I feel like I can never get enough. Well, I definitely got my share in Israel, to the point that I need to take a break from it now, which has never happened before!
I just couldn't get enough of this food. Our breakfasts consisted of buffets filled with freshly cut vegetables, traditional sauces (tzadziki, labne and sometimes hummus), cottage cheese, cheeses, scrambled and hard-boiled eggs and usually a few cereal choices. I couldn't complain.
A few of my other food addictions while I was exploring Israel were chocolate-filled Bamba. Bamba is a popular peanut butter flavored snack food in Israel. It comes in a few different flavors but chocolate was my favorite by far.
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