For the entire jewish population o what is kosher

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For the entire Jewish population o What is Kosher Food Kosher (permitted) Animals that chew their cud and have closen hooves; ritually slaughtered cows, sheep, goats, and deer with no flaws or diseases Domesticated fowl such as chicken, turkey, quail, geese Salmon, tuna, carp, herring, cod Meat eaten separately from dairy Wine or grape juice made under Jewish supervision Soft cheese and kosher hard cheese o Body vs Soul o Fast vs. Feast The absence of food is as important as its presence o “Cool” vs “Warm” food o Public vs. Private Spheres: Habermas o Fast food vs Slow food Slow food: global direct response to American fast food A protest in Mexico: Oaxaca Carlo Petrini o has a book about the arts and traditions of the table; things to be appreciated slowly, not taking care of fast Slow Food: Arts and Traditions of the table (2001) International Slow Food Movement (1989): slow food as a way of life; a political movement
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Bra; o Loved wine Slow food o Slow food manifesto; mission harsh criticism of the birth of American fast food “Speed became our shackles” Slow Food starts in the kitchen; very intimate Want to start a social movement on that very private space Slow food assures us of a better quality of lifestyle Slow Food USA Alice Waters Chez Panisse picture; one of the food :milestones:- according to the Nation Chez Panisse Watch Alice in Action White House vegetable garden Food: what we eat and drink o Foodways: we get to consume our food= a system, a multilayered process Production, storage/preservation, transportation/distribution Preparation/cooking Manners/ customs Post-eating conditions: consequences of our eating o Cooking: heating, soaking, chopping, grinding, rolling, freezing, fermenting, and marinating o Different ways to “heat” food… and the changes that take place in the process o Food: reflecting choices that we face and have make in life and history
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