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(NPR)   Plague of locusts has attacked Israel, leaving observant Jews asking themselves if they have offended God, are they kosher. The Torah and Leviticus are divided, rabbis disagree, but foodees say if they are sauteed and honey spiced, they are delicious   (npr.org) divider line 4
    More: Followup, Torah, god, Jews, certification mark, Ashkenazi Jews, pharaohs, Passover Seder, Passover  
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2013-03-08 12:38:33 PM  
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I thought this is what a koser foodie pic looked like?
2013-03-08 12:35:31 PM  
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36% Anti-Isreal thread
37% Pro-Israel Thread
27% Foodie Thread

Hm.

MOAR RECIPES
2013-03-08 12:34:55 PM  
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Nuclear Monk: So is the consequence of eating non-kosher food?  Is there come kind of atonement/confession that must be made?  Does Judaism even have that?

/curious non-Jew


I am pretty sure they have to say 10 hail Mary's.
2013-03-08 12:29:30 PM  
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Well, if they are stuck in the farking desert, killing each other, and arguing about the sky wizard, and no water about, then they deserve to eat farking bugs.
 
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