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Jewish foodies lose their minds over marijuana matzo balls

Jewish food maven Joan Nathan has some serious chutzpah. In a recent cooking demo for Vice’s “Bong Appétit” series, Nathan, who’s considered the Julia Child of Jewish cuisine, infuses classic matzo balls with a trippy twist: weed. “It’s supposed to be lighthearted,” the “King Solomon’s Table” cookbook author tells The Post of her pot-powered recipe. “I don’t think [a little marijuana is] crazy.” The Eastern European food staple, often served during Sabbath dinner, is traditionally made with matzo meal, egg, oil, salt, pepper and schmaltz (rendered poultry fat). Nathan’s controversial recipe adds hemp flour, containing 15 percent cannabidiol (aka CBD, a non-psychoactive chemical in marijuana). Nathan says ...