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June 12 2011 Judaism Newsletter

Shalom! I hope you all had a lovely Shavuot and are having a good start to the week! Enjoy the leftover cheesecake. Speaking of food, this week's article provides an overview of one of the most important aspects of Judaism and Jewish life, keeping kosher.

Kashrut - Jewish Dietary Laws
Keeping kosher, or adhering to Judaism’s dietary laws, is a fundamental aspect of living a Jewish life. The word kosher means fit or proper and refers to the foods which Jews are permitted to eat. Kashrut is a very tangible means of expressing one's Jewish identity.


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