107: What Is Kosher? With Rabbi Jonathan Bernhard
This episode is a tad sweary.
Join me as I chat with Rabbi Jonathan Bernhard from the Jewish Initiative for Animals (JIFA), who has made it his life’s work to support the Jewish community in aligning their food choices with values the Jewish tradition articulates.
Jonathan is keen on promoting the following message: as a community, it’s time to reckon with the impacts of our food choices–on farmed animals, people, and the planet–and ask: is this way of farming and eating truly kosher?
Let’s find out more about what makes something truly kosher.
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Jonathan and his wife Laurie’s favorite CFDG recipes:
- Cheesy Artichoke Stuffed Shells with Tomato Basil Sauce
- Chili Mac-N-Cheese
- Crustless Quiche Florentine
- Sweet Onion Dressing
- Penne Pasta with Chunky Tomato Sauce, Artichoke Hearts & Cheesy Hemp Sprinkle
- Drenched Szechuan Peanut Sauce Noodle Bowl
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