Not Kosher

Nora Rubel, author of the recently published Doubting the Devout: The Ultra-Orthodox in the Jewish American Imagination, will be blogging all week for MyJewishLearning and the Jewish Book Council.
I just finished rereading Elizabeth Ehrlich’s Miriam’s Kitchen for what feels like the umpteenth time. I assign this multi-layered memoir of a woman’s journey into the observance of kashrut for my class on religion and foodways. Continue reading here.

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4 responses to “Not Kosher

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  2. Have you read Eating Animals? I cannot remember the author but he is Jewish and I heard him on NPR several times. I think the issue is to choose consciously; declare it and then act accordingly with integrity. This is what I see in your behavior and in your writing. Thank you.

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