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February 06, 2013

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Joe Izrael

Ain't it spelled 'endangeRed'?

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From people who are commanded to eat crickets and grasshoppers over a cheeseburger, what else you expect?

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From people who eat crickets and grasshoppers, what else could you expect?

Steven W

Re: swordfish

Be careful on your swordfish consumption. Although it is generally considered to sustainable, Mediterranean swordfish may not be.

Many avoid it altogether because of mercury levels.

Shmarya

Somebody needs to send this rabbi to Ari Zivotofsly in Israel.
He and a friend of his have been documenting mesira of kosher birds from all over the world.
They have been interviewing Rabbis and schoctim from all corners of the earth to catalogue which birds were considered kosher in the old world...

Apparently years ago rabbi Tendler ruled that swordfish was not kosher.
Zivo ad his friend do a lot of traveling all over the world and they would frequently ask about the local swordfish. Long story short they have never found anywhere any reason to deem swordfish not kosher.

Periodically they have obscure kosher food tastings including kosher grasshopper and other foods many do not consider kosher.

They had such a tasting in Jerusalem where they gave a lecture on every creature then served the particular creature. This program was in conjunction with I believe the OU. They officially ended the conference lucheon and then served swordfish for those who wanted it.

I accept ai os psak that swordfish is kosher. Looking forward to my first swordfish steak.

Posted by: Jake | February 06, 2013 at 06:23 PM

If you read the whole article (which you can do by following the links in it) you'll see Zivotofsky and his partner use this guy as their bird expert.

Jake

Somebody needs to send this rabbi to Ari Zivotofsly in Israel.
He and a friend of his have been documenting mesira of kosher birds from all over the world.
They have been interviewing Rabbis and schoctim from all corners of the earth to catalogue which birds were considered kosher in the old world...

Apparently years ago rabbi Tendler ruled that swordfish was not kosher.
Zivo ad his friend do a lot of traveling all over the world and they would frequently ask about the local swordfish. Long story short they have never found anywhere any reason to deem swordfish not kosher.

Periodically they have obscure kosher food tastings including kosher grasshopper and other foods many do not consider kosher.

They had such a tasting in Jerusalem where they gave a lecture on every creature then served the particular creature. This program was in conjunction with I believe the OU. They officially ended the conference lucheon and then served swordfish for those who wanted it.

I accept ai os psak that swordfish is kosher. Looking forward to my first swordfish steak.

Morocco Bama

Meanwhile back on Planet Earth.

Jeff

Several things go through my mind:

1. I don't find it ugly; I think it's rather pretty.

2. How can vegetarianism be a criterion for certifying a bird as kosher, as we know chickens and turkeys eat insects?

3. Do they have to swing it over their heads first?

4. Jews don't have enough birds to eat already? What, is he running a Jewish version of the Fabulous Gourmet Club from The Freshman?

ah-pee-chorus

Eli, what me messiah?-

youre on a roll. (npi)

Eli, what me messiah?

yummy. the taste is a cross between a spotted owl and a California condor, with just a hint of bald eagle.

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