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Contrary to popular misconception, the rabbis were not afraid that a piece of chicken has the same appearance as a piece of meat
Provided that the chicken has been slaughtered by a qualified shochet and properly salted, chicken meat is a perfectly kosher food.
Provided that the duck has been slaughtered by a qualified shochet and properly salted, duck meat is a perfectly kosher food.
Provided that the goose has been slaughtered by a qualified shochet and properly salted, goose meat is a perfectly kosher food.
Since there does not appear to be commercial kosher slaughter of quail in North America, kosher quail is very hard to come by.
A visit to a kosher deli will reveal a wide array of kosher turkey products: smoked turkey, turkey pastrami, and even turkey hot dogs.
One must be adept at identifying the differences between the splotches on a button quail egg and those on a kosher coturnix egg.
A rooster crows at the beginning of each day, some time before it gets light. When it senses that dawn will break soon, and light is on the way to substitute the darkness, he emits the crowing noise...
My grandmother, Zelda, was born in 1924 in a city called Samara in the former Soviet Union. Her mother died in childbirth when Zelda was just 3 years old. My grandmother’s older sister, Rachel, was 5, and the baby, Olga, named after their mother, was just...
The spiritual rooster above knows not only the difference between darkness and light but between goodness and bad, revelation and concealment. We could all use some of that discernment in our lives.
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