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Is there a specific tradition that Yisro changed his clothes and diet during the course of events in the Torah?

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Do you have any reason to suspect there may be such a thing? –  Double AA Feb 17 at 12:01
    
I can only think of a change by inference -- he joins Moshe in Shmot 18 but the mon is recorded as having begun in Shmot 16, so when he showed up (ignoring for the time being ein mukdam), his diet would change to what food was available. –  Danno Feb 17 at 14:59
    
Is there a non-specific tradition that you are preempting with your question? –  YEZ Feb 17 at 18:55
    
Confusing question in a child's homework :) –  Annelise Feb 19 at 10:01

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