Well, that’s not kosher

Lucas A. Davidson
2 min readMay 16, 2024

Daily Meditation 808–5/16/2024

For the uninitiated, Jews adhere to a religious requirement of their food that it be “kosher.” Long and short, it’s rooted Biblically:

Meat must be from animals which “chew their cud,” such as a deer or a cow and have split (cloven) hooves. Seafood must have scales and fins, etc. — sorry, no shrimp if you wear a kippah! If you’re going to eat a nice, juicy steak…

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Lucas A. Davidson

Daily philosophical meditations on Eudaimonia. These are distillations from the forthcoming book on the topic. Comments or jobs: lucas@multistatewide.com