I'd like to contribute two different answers.
On a simple note, I would remonstrate with the question itself, which may seem insinuating. Everyone, not only one or more ethnic groups, loves to eat. It's a human thing. Just as there are Jewish foods, festive meals and banquets, so there are also among every nationality.
On a deeper level, however, it may be noted that maintaining one's health and well-being, which certainly includes a good appetite, is a mitzva (Godly precept). Someone who believes in God should, by all rights, enjoy life, since he/she has a purpose for which to live. Eating properly will provide strength for the day's mitzvoth-observance. It may be added that the Kuzari (a book of Jewish outlook) points out that saying a blessing before eating will make the person enjoy the food more.
The thinking person will note the fruit's bright color, or the meat's hefty nourishment (for example), and will consider God's kindness, thus making the enjoyment into a catalyst for awareness of God.
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I not only like them, I love them! The Bible tells us we must love the Jews.
There is no issue with Jews eating vegetarian food. However, religiously observant Jews would require that the food in question be kosher.
Jews should eat strictly kosher food.
In the ghettos and camps the Jews were dependent on the Germans for food ...
Yes! Jews are people, too!
Jews may eat any kosher food that they're not allergic to, and that belongs to them.
There is no special food that Jews eat on birthdays.
No... They LOVE THEM!!!!
The laws dictating food production and consumption for Jews are called 'kashrut'.
There was little food for the Jews. But they were fed.
Orthodox Jews only eat kosher food.
It is a kosher food for the jews
Agriculture and trade.
Jews are only able to eat kosher food because it is against their religion to eat non kosher food.
Religiously observant Jews will only eat kosher food. Less observant Jews will often eat kosher food on certain holidays.
Jews eat food -- observant Jews attempt to keep the laws of kashrut by eating kosher food. When? Many Jews eat 3 meals a day with occasional snacks. Some skip breakfast.
What a Jew eats is typically dictated by where they live. Religiously observant Jews will only eat kosher food which is not a style of food, but rather, a set of rules for the preparation and consumption of food.
The Torah teaches Jews to love and revere God.
Food that is not kosher, and therefore deemed not suitable for eating by religiously observant Jews, is called 'treif'.
jews lived the ghetto life when they were in labor cause the natzies killed jews and they weren't meny jews to love if men in women where separated and killed
Meat and Milk