Eating kosher is part of Judaism. I think it is both a hard and easy component. It is hard because it limits or defines your lifestyle – you can only eat at certain restaurants, you may not be able to accept dinner invitations with friends unless they keep kosher, etc. It is a commitment. It is easy if it becomes an integral part of your life, a part of your belief system. If one is religious, it is part of your lifestyle.

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