About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

3 Replies to “Halal Certification: The Unpalatable facts”

  1. What if Vegan certifiers donate funds to PETA or ALF?
    Just for fun and to point out how different US culture because of its sheer size and drive.
    The original Maxwell House Haggadah was created as a marketing tool to promote the company’s coffee, which was certified kosher in 1923. There had been controversy for years over whether coffee beans were legumes, and thus forbidden for Passover according to Ashkenazic norms, or whether they were in fact a berry — a fruit — and therefore permitted.

    [This book details a bit about the marketing and theological decisions and mentions costs per item — pickles for $400. Would that FDA surprise inspections be so inexpensive!]

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