Judaism & Food: A Fascinating Four-Part Course for Your Consumption

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So much of our day and life is connected with food and what we eat, and so much of Judaism seems to be connected with food. Join us for a fascinating journey as we explore some important questions regarding food, how it’s prepared, diets, keeping kosher, the kosher industry, GMOs and so much more.

Four Tuesday evenings, from Jan. 15 to Feb. 5, with light and creative refreshments at each class.

Jan. 15: The History & Background of Kosher Food

Did people always eat meat? When and why did it change? When did kosher eating begin? What are the reasons for keeping kosher? Are there actually health benefits?

Jan. 22: Healthy Eating, the Spirituality of Food and Why So Much of Judaism Is About Food

What does Judaism say about healthy diets? Can food be a spiritual process? Why are there so many blessings on food? Why does so much of Judaism and Jewish life seem to revolve around food?

Jan. 29: GMOs and Lab Grown Meat: 21st-Century Kosher Questions

Does Judaism have anything to say on GMOs? What about organic food? Learn random Jewish facts and traditions about food.

Feb. 5: Practical Kosher for the Consumer, User & Business

Is keeping kosher as hard as it seems? Is kosher all or nothing? Why are there so many Jewish certifications and what are they? What do the terms that we often see on foods mean, such as mevushalpas Yisroel, chalav Yisroel, pareve, bishul Yisroel and more? Get the inside scoop and history of the kosher industry.

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When
Every week on Tuesday, 7:30 pm - 9:00 pmFirst event on January 22, 2019Last event on February 5, 2019
Where
Chabad Center of Sudbury
100 Horse Pond Rd
Sudbury, MA 01776
Price
$60.00 full course
$15.00 per class
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