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by MaryAlice Bitts-Jackson
What is kosher food, anyway? How often does the rabbi bless the food? Is a bison burger kosher? Why might I be interested in kosher food, and how can I try it at Dickinson?
Over the course of two lunchtime events, Weiner will answer your burning questions (no food pun intended!) about kosher food, on campus and beyond. All students who are curious about kashrut, the practice of eating kosher, are invited to attend. A vegetarian lunch will be provided.
Both events will take place in the Asbell Center, from noon to 1 p.m., on consecutive Thursdays:
"Students of all religious backgrounds and of all dietary practices are welcome," says Weiner. "If you’re curious about Judaism, keeping kosher, or just really love the KOVE, we’d love to have you!"
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Published September 10, 2019