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Diabetes/Pork

It is true that nowadays diabetes occurs more often in Jews than non-Jews. Sure, others do suffer from diabetes, but today the Jews especially often suffer from this ailment. 216 more words

Anthroposophy

Marvin.

He tried it for hours, consulting the manual
Wondering where it went pear-shaped
‘See diagram 1; ‘The Shape of ones Web’
Marvin’s didn’t look right: his was square-shaped! 199 more words

Dreams

Save on So Delicious® Dairy Free Products

So Delicious Dairy Free has been bringing joy to dairy-free lives for nearly 30 years.

They offer an array of delicious dairy-free delights that you can feel good about sipping, biting, pouring, scooping, licking and chugging throughout your day. 162 more words

Gluten Free

Essen New York Deli, Part I

Man, Jewish delis are the shit.

I’ve had a lot of luck with kosher food, but until now, that luck has been reserved for baked goods. 1,099 more words

New York City

Le coût de la diète religieuse bondit dans les prisons

Part of the cost of living in a diverse society and respecting different faiths:

Le coût des repas religieux servis dans les prisons québécoises a bondi au cours de la dernière année, en particulier en ce qui concerne les mets préparés pour les détenus de confession juive.

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Multiculturalism

Making the mundane Holy

In 1912, the National Association of Jewellers met in Kansas and devised a list of twelve “birthstones”- jewels of little value which would from then on represent the month which one was born in. 497 more words

Lifestyle

The Ba’al Teshuva and the Internet: Do I Need to Burn My Smartphone?

You made the big decision to become religious and have gone through the hard work of koshering your kitchen, switching your Saturdays to Shabbat, and living a more focused life. 316 more words

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