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    Default Kosher Madness!!!

    Im trying to gear my family into eating a little better so we've taken the plunge into organic produce and products. Easy enough between the farmers market, Henry's Market and Trader Joes. After doing a little research (and being absolutely disgusted by what Ive found), Ive decided to try to cut down on meat consumption. Since Mr. Ruely got really pissed at that idea (carnivores!), I really would like to only purchase kosher proteins.

    Just one problem.

    I'm in the 909 (yeah yeah, trailers, toothless, meth labs, blah blah blah...) and I cant find a Kosher butcher to save my life. Im willing to drive a short distance (OC maybe??) and stock up if need be, but I come to you LGK Foodies...

    know any places? got any ideas?

    My husbands future dinners thank you.
    Jeremy Roenick: I liked Patrick's quote, (that) he would have stopped me. I wanted to know where he was in Game 3. He was probably getting his jock out of the rafters of the United Center.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unruely35 View Post
    Im trying to gear my family into eating a little better so we've taken the plunge into organic produce and products.
    Sucker.

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    I would do a google search actually. I have a guilty pleasure of reality television. On an episode of "Wife Swap" a Orthodox Jewess swapped lives with someone who lived in the country and needless to say, available Kosher food was non-existent. She did a computer internet search and had Kosher food sent overnight.

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    I'm pretty sure that most store carry this.


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    sucker: probably, but it makes me feel better about what I give my kids so I'll accept it.

    I trust no food that can be ordered off the internet sight unseen. teh debbul.

    By the way... kosher only goes so far, my family cant live without bacon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unruely35 View Post
    sucker: probably, but it makes me feel better about what I give my kids so I'll accept it.

    I trust no food that can be ordered off the internet sight unseen. teh debbul.

    By the way... kosher only goes so far, my family cant live without bacon.
    There's an old Jewish expression that I am quite fond of in times like these....



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    rue, can't you go with less dairy, red meat - more poultry, pork, seafood? that route can help cut down on cholesterol.

    do your kids still drink soda pop? figure out how much sugar these drinks contain.
    I BELIEVE I'll have another beer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unruely35 View Post
    sucker: probably, but it makes me feel better about what I give my kids so I'll accept it.

    I trust no food that can be ordered off the internet sight unseen. teh debbul.

    By the way... kosher only goes so far, my family cant live without bacon.


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    Things I need in [north] OC - Los Angeles Area - Chowhound

    scroll down, some foodie mentions Orange County Kosher in Tustin.

    Chowhound is FULL of info.

    Try Halal meat too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerMan View Post
    rue, can't you go with less dairy, red meat - more poultry, pork, seafood? that route can help cut down on cholesterol.

    do your kids still drink soda pop? figure out how much sugar these drinks contain.
    As far as the kosher meat thing goes, it's less about the amount of red meat that we eat and more of a trying to be a humane carnivore thing. I have been thinking about it for a while and making little changes that my family didnt really notice or care about. Then I watched an episode of 30 Days entitled "Hunter vs. Vegan". Don't know if its something anyone else has seen here, but the video of what happens at my local dairies was absolutely appauling. I guess it fast tracked my desire to make a change.

    I am in no way trying to become a veggie or make my family do so. Meat is delicious. Call me a hippie, but I dont think that animals should be treated inhumanely and in the manner that I saw on that tape just because they end up on our plates.

    That is why Im interested in a kosher shop or butcher. The rules that are applied to what they consume are right in line with what I believe.

    The exception will probably be bacon. Turkeys and ducks dont make bacon.
    Jeremy Roenick: I liked Patrick's quote, (that) he would have stopped me. I wanted to know where he was in Game 3. He was probably getting his jock out of the rafters of the United Center.
    Patrick Roy: I can't really hear what Jeremy says, because I've got my two Stanley Cup rings plugging my ears.



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