June 12 2011 Judaism Newsletter
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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