Kosher Cognitive Dissonance


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Kosher Cognitive Dissonance

Loeb | Sep 9, 2001 06:39 PM

We know several people who keep kosher at home and eat treyf in restaurants (we're talkin spare ribs, clams, cheeseburgers). My husband sees nothing unusual about this practice, but it strikes me that if you go to all that trouble to keep your house treyf-free with the separate dishes and everything, why eat treyf anywhere at all? Hope this question isn't offensive to anyone--I'm just curious how widespread chowhounds think this is.

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