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Sept. 11, 1941: In Arlington, Virginia, the U.S. Department of Defense starts construction on its new headquarters, the Pentagon. On the same day, a new immigrant to the U.S., Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, later known as the Lubavitcher Rebbe, writes ...
The only criterion for fish to be kosher is that it have both fins and scales. Fish does not have to be slaughtered or salted as do meat and fowl. Kosher fish include cod, flounder, haddock, halibut, herring, mackerel, pickerel, pike, salmon, trout, and w...
Shellfish do not have kosher signs. But what if they did?
How did fish get involved? By Moses’s own recounting, the people were asking for meat, so why did he talk about giving them (or not giving them) fish?
There is a commonly held belief that where a fish lives determines whether it is kosher. Is this the case?
Scallops do not have fins and scales.
Mussels do not have fins and scales.
Shrimp does not have fins and scales.
Oysters do not have fins and scales.
Crab does not have fins and scales.
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