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Published on: March 9, 2009 08:37 AM
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Dallas, TX - Going kosher pays, as international fast food chain Kentucky Fried Chicken has learned, and is now taking steps towards receiving full kashrut in its Israeli branches and other places around the world.

Thanks to a special approval granted by the global chain, KFC Israel announced that it would start marketing its chicken meals with a kosher soy-powder coating rather than the standard milk-power coating.

The approval was granted after two years of negotiations and deliberations, since the milk-powder element has been an inseparable part of KFC’s world-famous coating for over half a century, and is what gives it its one-of-a-kind taste and coloring.

The kosher powder that will replace the milk ingredient is a milk-flavored soy powder that was approved by Kentucky Fried Chicken’s labs in Dallas, Texas.

Thanks to this development, the chain will be able to open kosher branches in other places around the world where large Jewish populations are concentrated.

According to KFC Israel, the new taste is identical to the original, and the move to develop the new ingredient stemmed from many customers’ requests to avoid mixing meat and dairy.

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1

 Mar 09, 2009 at 07:55 AM The colonel would be proud! Says:

Hooray for KFC! (I hope this is not just a Purim shtick)

2

 Mar 09, 2009 at 08:13 AM Anonymous Says:

Shoyn, more gashmius.

3

 Mar 09, 2009 at 08:46 AM ali Says:

mmmm mmmm good!!!

4

 Mar 09, 2009 at 08:22 AM Anonymous Says:

I think its very dangerous bec of two reasons:
1 Maraas ayn.
2 The people who taste it might think its reallly milky and eat bosor bcholov.

5

 Mar 09, 2009 at 08:21 AM Anonymous Says:

What about shaboss and yom tov? Keeping kosher is one part what about the other parts?

6

 Mar 09, 2009 at 08:56 AM davining Dov Says:

its finger lickin Good

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 08:49 AM Anonymous Says:

Even though they are going to replace the milchig ingredients with a soy-based product, I suspect they will still need to get kosher chickens with chassideshe hashgacah before they can beging selling to the frumme community in the U.S. It would be such a kiddush hashem to have KFC neer the shuls in KJ and WB so we can take the kids for a quick dinner after school.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 09:12 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #7  
Anonymous Says:

Even though they are going to replace the milchig ingredients with a soy-based product, I suspect they will still need to get kosher chickens with chassideshe hashgacah before they can beging selling to the frumme community in the U.S. It would be such a kiddush hashem to have KFC neer the shuls in KJ and WB so we can take the kids for a quick dinner after school.

If I understand your point, its obvious that they couldn't get hashgacha unless they buy kosher chicken meat from a reputable wholesale supplier. Its much more of a problem to sell treif chicken than to worry about whether the breading on the chicken might contain a milchig product.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 09:23 AM Anonymous Says:

I don't think Rav Avroham Schorr would approve. He came out against Subway when it opened on Avenue J.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 09:46 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #4  
Anonymous Says:

I think its very dangerous bec of two reasons:
1 Maraas ayn.
2 The people who taste it might think its reallly milky and eat bosor bcholov.

We cannot impose these silly chumras on all yidden because some jerk will think its a treife chicken or that bosor bcholov is ok because of his defective taste buds. My schvuger's chulent is more of a threat to klal yisroel than kosher KFC...

P.S. Rav Schorr approved the kosher Pizza Hut so why wouldn't he approve a kosher KFC.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 09:54 AM Anonymous Says:

Coming to Brooklyn soon??????

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 10:01 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #4  
Anonymous Says:

I think its very dangerous bec of two reasons:
1 Maraas ayn.
2 The people who taste it might think its reallly milky and eat bosor bcholov.

why is maaraas ayin dangerous if it says kosher and has a hechsher itrs good. Kids that are too little to know the deifference are to little to go out on their own.
Its milk powder not cheese.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 10:04 AM Anonymous Says:

why can they only make this kosher in Israel but not in Brooklyn?!

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 10:10 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #4  
Anonymous Says:

I think its very dangerous bec of two reasons:
1 Maraas ayn.
2 The people who taste it might think its reallly milky and eat bosor bcholov.

Very good thoughts and should certainly be kept in mind.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 10:10 AM Steven Says:

Reply to #5  
Anonymous Says:

What about shaboss and yom tov? Keeping kosher is one part what about the other parts?

Do you eat at a kosher Dunkin Donuts? The ones I know here in Long Island aren't Jewish owned and the local Rabbinate hold that as long as one waits an hour & a half after Shabbos/Yom Tov has ended, the products are okay to purchase and consume.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 10:53 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #15  
Steven Says:

Do you eat at a kosher Dunkin Donuts? The ones I know here in Long Island aren't Jewish owned and the local Rabbinate hold that as long as one waits an hour & a half after Shabbos/Yom Tov has ended, the products are okay to purchase and consume.

Sorry, I would not touch it if it did not have a mashgiach temidi. PERIOD
and it must be closed on Shabbos.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 10:53 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #15  
Steven Says:

Do you eat at a kosher Dunkin Donuts? The ones I know here in Long Island aren't Jewish owned and the local Rabbinate hold that as long as one waits an hour & a half after Shabbos/Yom Tov has ended, the products are okay to purchase and consume.

Does anyone frum actually eat at those places?

If they are goyish owned and operated, they they are bishul akum. That heter of having only a mashgiach turn the pilot light on is not held by many people to be acceptable, especially Sepharadim.

Plus today which there is a real kashrus problem with Cholov Stam (even with an OU) I can't believe anyone is eating at the DD stores.

We have a "Kosher" Krispe Kreme" in this area. Nobody is eating there.
Remember, also, Donuts are Bishul not Afiya.
Also, as a mashgiach, I can tell you firsthand, that the vast majority of the time, the goyim turn the pilot lights on if the mashgiach is not there. I have caught them doing it when they thought I was in the bathroom!

And,,,, even is you are permitting all these leniencies.... 90 minutes is not enough.

We have a kosher bakery here which is open on Shabbos (in a Winn-Dixie) under the Star K. Most will eat from there beginning Wednesday. But, not Sunday, Monday or Tuesday. We will buy Sunday Morning ONLY if it has Friday's date on it.

It a place has a hechsher, we must assume they are baking/cooking FOR us. This means we may not eat what is cooked on Shabbos.
The heter for waiting the time it takes to cook, is for if a goy cooks for a Yid accidentally, or cooks for someone else. NOT if he cooks for a Yid on Shabbos.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 10:46 AM The Truth Says:

Reply to #9  
Anonymous Says:

I don't think Rav Avroham Schorr would approve. He came out against Subway when it opened on Avenue J.

No one cares about A Shor after his embarrassing episode with Lipa.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 10:37 AM BT Says:

I ate the real treife KFC before I was frum. I can say it is delicious and I have never tasted a kosher equivalent. Of course it has been around 23 yrs since I tasted it!

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 10:30 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #14  
Anonymous Says:

Very good thoughts and should certainly be kept in mind.

These are naresh thoughts from the "chumra police" not a logical analysis of halacha. There will always be some yidden who cannot think for themselves and we don't have to punish klal yisroel for their inability to walk and chew gum at the same time.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 10:18 AM baal teshuva Says:

Reply to #2  
Anonymous Says:

Shoyn, more gashmius.

i love chicken (kfc) chicken is 4 me

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 10:17 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #11  
Anonymous Says:

Coming to Brooklyn soon??????

They would be here in 6 months if the local hashgacha situation could be rationalized. We could put lots of people who lost their jobs in Postville Iowa back to work if Kosher KFCs opened on every corner in BP and Monsey.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 10:15 AM not yeshivesh Says:

Reply to #2  
Anonymous Says:

Shoyn, more gashmius.

u r so freaken yeshivish! anything anybody trys 2 make better must be gashmius ?there r other things 2 worry about.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 11:08 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #17  
Anonymous Says:

Does anyone frum actually eat at those places?

If they are goyish owned and operated, they they are bishul akum. That heter of having only a mashgiach turn the pilot light on is not held by many people to be acceptable, especially Sepharadim.

Plus today which there is a real kashrus problem with Cholov Stam (even with an OU) I can't believe anyone is eating at the DD stores.

We have a "Kosher" Krispe Kreme" in this area. Nobody is eating there.
Remember, also, Donuts are Bishul not Afiya.
Also, as a mashgiach, I can tell you firsthand, that the vast majority of the time, the goyim turn the pilot lights on if the mashgiach is not there. I have caught them doing it when they thought I was in the bathroom!

And,,,, even is you are permitting all these leniencies.... 90 minutes is not enough.

We have a kosher bakery here which is open on Shabbos (in a Winn-Dixie) under the Star K. Most will eat from there beginning Wednesday. But, not Sunday, Monday or Tuesday. We will buy Sunday Morning ONLY if it has Friday's date on it.

It a place has a hechsher, we must assume they are baking/cooking FOR us. This means we may not eat what is cooked on Shabbos.
The heter for waiting the time it takes to cook, is for if a goy cooks for a Yid accidentally, or cooks for someone else. NOT if he cooks for a Yid on Shabbos.

You are the best evidence of why there are no kosher KFC, Subways or other great heimeshe restaurants opening in our communities. Your paranoia, under the guise of being a machmer b'kashruth would make any business person reluctant to risk the money to open a kosher fast food outlet. Everyone, including other yiddeshe mashgichim cheat and lie, except of course for an ehrleche yid such as yourself. Unless you don't realize it, 95 percent of the frumme community thinks your meshuge and will eat at these places if the opportunity arises.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 11:05 AM Yosele Pondrek Says:

If the owner is not shomrei torah u'mitzvos, I would not eat there at all. You may eat where ever you feel the kashrus is up to par. I was once told by a chasidishe shoichet that when he worked at Empire they had high standards and anything that fell below those standards were immediately considered traif. But now that he works for a chasidishe schechita, tha standards are much higher and anything that falls bellow their standards, they find a hetter for!

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 11:15 AM Anonymous Says:

I just don't get it. How did we survive until now?

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 11:43 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #15  
Steven Says:

Do you eat at a kosher Dunkin Donuts? The ones I know here in Long Island aren't Jewish owned and the local Rabbinate hold that as long as one waits an hour & a half after Shabbos/Yom Tov has ended, the products are okay to purchase and consume.

Does dunkin donuts need a mashgiach temeadi?You are not dealing with meat or fish.Let say it is own by a non jewish person.Who has the keys to the store? If it is open on shaboss ,What frum person would go?So what is a mashgiach needed for? So you want to say maybe a person doesn"t keep shaboss but eats kosher.I don't think anyone would give there kosher approval for it.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 11:53 AM JOJO Says:

Reply to #9  
Anonymous Says:

I don't think Rav Avroham Schorr would approve. He came out against Subway when it opened on Avenue J.

Who the hell cares about avroham schorr? is he what yidishkeit is all about? tell for schorr to go ban lipas concerts

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 12:09 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #28  
JOJO Says:

Who the hell cares about avroham schorr? is he what yidishkeit is all about? tell for schorr to go ban lipas concerts

Rav Schorr, Z'tl, was one of the gadolim in matters of kashruth and no frumme yid would consider eating at at a restaurant he would not have approved of.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 12:06 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #27  
Anonymous Says:

Does dunkin donuts need a mashgiach temeadi?You are not dealing with meat or fish.Let say it is own by a non jewish person.Who has the keys to the store? If it is open on shaboss ,What frum person would go?So what is a mashgiach needed for? So you want to say maybe a person doesn"t keep shaboss but eats kosher.I don't think anyone would give there kosher approval for it.

You make the point precisely. The only reason we need a mashgiach is the Mashgiach's Union says so and threatens to boycott any restaurant who defies them. Its a form of legalized extortion which penalizes all heimeshe yidden who yearn for decent kosher food at affordable prices.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 12:22 PM Who is the Meshugah one? Says:

Reply to #24  
Anonymous Says:

You are the best evidence of why there are no kosher KFC, Subways or other great heimeshe restaurants opening in our communities. Your paranoia, under the guise of being a machmer b'kashruth would make any business person reluctant to risk the money to open a kosher fast food outlet. Everyone, including other yiddeshe mashgichim cheat and lie, except of course for an ehrleche yid such as yourself. Unless you don't realize it, 95 percent of the frumme community thinks your meshuge and will eat at these places if the opportunity arises.

If he is meshugah .... How would YOU solve the Shabbos problem?
Will you sell these franchises to Shomer Shabbos frum Yidden ONLY?
Would you make sure there is a mashgiach temidi there?
Would you visit there yourself to make sure they don't bring in a treif oils?
Chicken CERTAINLY fall under Bishul Akum issurs, to all opinions, how would YOU solve that?

Would YOU believe that a KFC franchise is trustworthy to call the mashgiach to turn on the stoves, ovens, fryolators, etc.?

Botton line, would YOU eat there is there were no 24/6 mashgiach or if the store is open on Shabbos?

If YOU WOULD, then either YOU are not frum, or YOU are the meshuga one, not him.

It's funny, if it were a restaurant owned by a Chassidishe Jew, you would want the mashgiach there to make sure he does not sneak in any treif chickens, or treif oil. But you would trust a KFC owned and operated by goyim? and you cann HIM meshugah?

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 12:36 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #29  
Anonymous Says:

Rav Schorr, Z'tl, was one of the gadolim in matters of kashruth and no frumme yid would consider eating at at a restaurant he would not have approved of.

When was Rav Schorr niftar; I didn't agree with him but wasn't aware of his passing

33

 Mar 09, 2009 at 01:17 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #31  
Who is the Meshugah one? Says:

If he is meshugah .... How would YOU solve the Shabbos problem?
Will you sell these franchises to Shomer Shabbos frum Yidden ONLY?
Would you make sure there is a mashgiach temidi there?
Would you visit there yourself to make sure they don't bring in a treif oils?
Chicken CERTAINLY fall under Bishul Akum issurs, to all opinions, how would YOU solve that?

Would YOU believe that a KFC franchise is trustworthy to call the mashgiach to turn on the stoves, ovens, fryolators, etc.?

Botton line, would YOU eat there is there were no 24/6 mashgiach or if the store is open on Shabbos?

If YOU WOULD, then either YOU are not frum, or YOU are the meshuga one, not him.

It's funny, if it were a restaurant owned by a Chassidishe Jew, you would want the mashgiach there to make sure he does not sneak in any treif chickens, or treif oil. But you would trust a KFC owned and operated by goyim? and you cann HIM meshugah?

After the revelations of the past several months, I would probably trust KFC to be more chumrah on kashruth than many mashgichim;

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 01:20 PM u Says:

Reply to #28  
JOJO Says:

Who the hell cares about avroham schorr? is he what yidishkeit is all about? tell for schorr to go ban lipas concerts

u have some chutzpah to say this. u can say i dont hold like him, after all he is a posek.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 01:10 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #5  
Anonymous Says:

What about shaboss and yom tov? Keeping kosher is one part what about the other parts?

If there is a mashgiach timidid and owned by Goyim, wehat's the issue? and, if it's owned by frum people ( like the kosher Subways ) and is shomer Shabbos, what's the problem?

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 01:30 PM Milhouse Says:

Reply to #33  
Anonymous Says:

After the revelations of the past several months, I would probably trust KFC to be more chumrah on kashruth than many mashgichim;

How does that make sense? If you feel you can't even trust kosher eidim, how can you possibly trust someone who has no chezkas kashrus at all?

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 01:28 PM Milhouse Says:

Reply to #30  
Anonymous Says:

You make the point precisely. The only reason we need a mashgiach is the Mashgiach's Union says so and threatens to boycott any restaurant who defies them. Its a form of legalized extortion which penalizes all heimeshe yidden who yearn for decent kosher food at affordable prices.

Have you heard of bosor shenis'alem min ho'ayin?

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 02:07 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #35  
Anonymous Says:

If there is a mashgiach timidid and owned by Goyim, wehat's the issue? and, if it's owned by frum people ( like the kosher Subways ) and is shomer Shabbos, what's the problem?

are they saying all KFC are becoming kosher or the ones that bought as a franchise like the subways.you are right certain ones that will be able to close on shaboss and has a kosher supervision but if they are going to make all of them kosher I don't see it.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 02:27 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #4  
Anonymous Says:

I think its very dangerous bec of two reasons:
1 Maraas ayn.
2 The people who taste it might think its reallly milky and eat bosor bcholov.

Both your reasons are the same and that is maraas ayn. Your second reson is an effect of maraas ayn.
And shulchan aruch supplies instructions on what to do about it. With cholov shkadim you put some nuts on the table. So you can just have some soy milk on the tables showing that this is not cholov behaima and that problem is solved.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 03:26 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #23  
not yeshivesh Says:

u r so freaken yeshivish! anything anybody trys 2 make better must be gashmius ?there r other things 2 worry about.

Go back to your yeshive and start learning some shulchan oruch!

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 03:48 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #17  
Anonymous Says:

Does anyone frum actually eat at those places?

If they are goyish owned and operated, they they are bishul akum. That heter of having only a mashgiach turn the pilot light on is not held by many people to be acceptable, especially Sepharadim.

Plus today which there is a real kashrus problem with Cholov Stam (even with an OU) I can't believe anyone is eating at the DD stores.

We have a "Kosher" Krispe Kreme" in this area. Nobody is eating there.
Remember, also, Donuts are Bishul not Afiya.
Also, as a mashgiach, I can tell you firsthand, that the vast majority of the time, the goyim turn the pilot lights on if the mashgiach is not there. I have caught them doing it when they thought I was in the bathroom!

And,,,, even is you are permitting all these leniencies.... 90 minutes is not enough.

We have a kosher bakery here which is open on Shabbos (in a Winn-Dixie) under the Star K. Most will eat from there beginning Wednesday. But, not Sunday, Monday or Tuesday. We will buy Sunday Morning ONLY if it has Friday's date on it.

It a place has a hechsher, we must assume they are baking/cooking FOR us. This means we may not eat what is cooked on Shabbos.
The heter for waiting the time it takes to cook, is for if a goy cooks for a Yid accidentally, or cooks for someone else. NOT if he cooks for a Yid on Shabbos.

I live in LI near a kosher DD. You ask who eats there? I ask who doesn't. They know where their bread is buttered. The coffee is made with CY milk. The store is packed with frum people. We were in Brooklyn for shabbos and passed a non kosher DD (I think on Flatbush Ave) and there was no one in it. When we passed the one near our house it was full.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 03:45 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #37  
Milhouse Says:

Have you heard of bosor shenis'alem min ho'ayin?

No...could you explain?

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 05:24 PM bigwheeel Says:

Reply to #3  
ali Says:

mmmm mmmm good!!!

...Finger lickin' good. Question: ali, does your Religion permit frying chicken in milk?! Ours doesn't! So, what are you waiting for? Go. feast to your heart's content! (It's better than some of the other stuff our cousins have been involved in, lately)!!!

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 06:11 PM Milhouse Says:

Reply to #42  
Anonymous Says:

No...could you explain?

I shouldn't have to. If you're not familiar with that term, then you shouldn't comment on the "greed" of the "mashgichim union" or the rabbonim, and on what sort of hashgocho a kosher KFC would need.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 06:03 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #23  
not yeshivesh Says:

u r so freaken yeshivish! anything anybody trys 2 make better must be gashmius ?there r other things 2 worry about.

yeshivish? who, me???
certainly not! just common sense.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 06:02 PM Kashrus Pro Says:

Reply to #30  
Anonymous Says:

You make the point precisely. The only reason we need a mashgiach is the Mashgiach's Union says so and threatens to boycott any restaurant who defies them. Its a form of legalized extortion which penalizes all heimeshe yidden who yearn for decent kosher food at affordable prices.

You are so stupid or stamm a nutcase I dont know where to start. Based on your "logic" why not go to Pathmark/Shoprite etc., and purchase any ol' piece of meat from the non-kosher section. It seems to be the same to you.


I would suggest achar me'ah v'esrim you bring along an a/c because its gonna be VERY hot for you for a LONG time!

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 05:53 PM bigwheeel Says:

Reply to #9  
Anonymous Says:

I don't think Rav Avroham Schorr would approve. He came out against Subway when it opened on Avenue J.

...He came out against "Subway" (the original one) . His motives for the prohibition are sealed in his Doctor's office and can not be made public under doctor-patient confidentiality rules. Also, he came out against using [electric] light and driving automobiles. But then he found out that the Amish (yesh omrim "heymish") have similar prohibitions. As a result he withdrew those bans, in order to avoid "Chukas Ha-Goy. (truthfully, with different Nekudos, (of the word Goy, we might have a different Chiddush). But, what about l li lip lipa, (r"l)? (lipa wasn't even born at that time. (neither was the esteemed Rabbi Shlit"a! Anyway, the list of prohibitions, (of what others do) is long. Let's concentrate on what IS allowed! 1) It is allowed to smash windows anywhere, anytime our group (and leader) doesn't approve of. 2) It is allowed (and advisable) to embarrass and assault (both physically and verbally) anyone our leader disapproves of. (possibly as a result of a lack of sleep or indigestion. It Is allowed [and advisable to Slash tires,. Destroy the Eiruv (that's another political party) and be Machshil (literally, "trip-up" Thousands of Yidden with Chillul Shabbos. (The act of cutting the Eiruv wires and destroying the Posts itself is not Chillul Shabbos or Chillul Hashem, because it's for a good cause. We have true Mesiras Nefesh for our causes!!!
The Megillah is very long, but we have to run to Shul to hear the REAL Megillah!

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 07:47 PM boroparkyenta Says:

Donuts are so unhealthy and give me heartburn the minute I am done eating. Same goes for fried chicken. YUCK. I don't care how good it tastes, who cares!
I would lick my fingers if a healthy kosher restaurant opened with good fresh healthy foods, made without tons of oil and grease and fat. And the price should be reasonable. It should be tasty too! SO??? Subway is mostly deli and who wants to eat deli??? Chinese food is sickening, sushi is boring. Let's go back to the simple food, nice old fashioned stuff. Freshly baked whole grain bread and butter. Bananas and sour cream. Fresh fruit salad bars with all kinds of fruits. Why can't we have in Boro Park a kosher version of Whole Foods? Who needs KFC?
We are full of diseases and potential diseases R"L ; we need to save our children while we still can. They can grow up only eating healthy food, so that they crave good things that are good for them, not cholent kishke and kugel!
Healthy food should be our priority, and absolute kashrus with no questions!

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 07:03 PM to anon #4 Says:

Reply to #4  
Anonymous Says:

I think its very dangerous bec of two reasons:
1 Maraas ayn.
2 The people who taste it might think its reallly milky and eat bosor bcholov.

Shtusim!! Don't make up your own haluchas.

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 Mar 09, 2009 at 10:42 PM seer Says:

Reply to #2  
Anonymous Says:

Shoyn, more gashmius.

your absurd!paying thru your nose is not gashmius. its hard earned money going to somebodies pocket instead of the the real owner.

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 Mar 10, 2009 at 11:51 AM Not Dead Says:

Reply to #32  
Anonymous Says:

When was Rav Schorr niftar; I didn't agree with him but wasn't aware of his passing

Rav Schorr is named for his grandfather who was niftar many years ago. The current Rav Avraham Schorr is b"H alive and well.

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