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There are days when I regret keeping kosher. That looks... incredible.
Now I'm curious, what isn't kosher there - I'm guessing the squid?
If it comes from the water it needs to have fins and scales. So while the fish per se might be - can't tell - pretty much nothing else there is.
I see the problem. Thanks for the info, I'm just a little bit smarter now thanks to you!
There are levels of "kosher" - to be TRULY kosher the kitchen, too, needs to be kept kosher. (This was a problem when I went to China last month where they cook EVERYTHING in pork. I had to eat... so I stuck to three basic rules: 1) the one about seafood, 2) a "spirited attempt" to not have anything with pork, and nothing combining meat and milk)
Well, if you're going to go kosher, might as well do it right. Sounds like my Seventh Day Adventist relatives and their opinions and rules on vegetarianism. There's different levels and strict interpretations. You wouldn't believe the things they can make that look and taste like meat, but aren't.
I do it to the extent that my non-Jewish wife will permit. At least the kids are now implanted with the kosher mentality; when at the store they're always excited to see a food they like is kosher.
Any sea turtle in there? One whose camo failed them?
Darwin's laws are iron clad.
Zuppa di pesce is one of if not my favorite dish( feast).
Once in Pons, Spain I had a feast like that, which they called Paella.Later on I was surprised to find that paella is supposed to be a rice dish; there wasn't much rice in the marvellous seafood stew that I had. Maybe it got lost in translation: I spoke pretty fair Spanish back then, but they got a small boy as translator. He spoke French at me, which I didn't much understand, although he apparently did understand my Spanish. Oh, did I mention that this was a Basque-speaking area?Marvellous food, and for entertainment that night we all sat in the town square and watched TV, which showed a Marx Brothers movie in English!