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Jul
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awarded  Curious
Jun
20
asked Kosher items to stock in a cafeteria
Jun
2
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Yearling
Dec
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awarded  Nice Question
Oct
8
accepted Allowed to help prepare / serve “milk and meat” meal in homeless shelter?
Oct
8
comment Allowed to help prepare / serve “milk and meat” meal in homeless shelter?
It's probably beef
Oct
7
revised Allowed to help prepare / serve “milk and meat” meal in homeless shelter?
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Oct
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asked Allowed to help prepare / serve “milk and meat” meal in homeless shelter?
Aug
5
asked Is it permitted to shoot an air gun on shabbos?
Jul
18
comment kosher food ideas without refrigeration
The trip was awsome! Thanks for asking. As it turns out I was able to organize a mini-fridge big enough to bring a bunch of prepared food from the kosher market, but I will definitely refer to these great answers for future trips where I may not be so fortunate.
Jul
12
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
20
comment Kosher accommodations in out-of-the-way US places
I have stayed at out-of-the-way interstate-exit motels with free breakfast and EVERY SINGLE THING WAS KOSHER! Bagels, cold cereal, hot cereal, jam, etc. I just asked them to show me the packaging and I was amazed!
Jun
20
comment kosher food ideas without refrigeration
I'm staying 1 week
Jun
20
comment kosher food ideas without refrigeration
No kosher food available... no fridge
Jun
19
asked kosher food ideas without refrigeration
Apr
17
comment Is the observance of Jewish law/tradition “all or nothing”?
If you are asking about halacha, "going to temple" is not really a part of Shabbat observance. There is an obligation to pray together with 10 men every day, 3 times a day, not especially on Shabbat. Also it's important to note that it's better to pray alone at home than to go to temple / synagogue in a way that violates Shabbat, for example by driving.
Jan
16
awarded  Revival
Jan
16
answered Is a picture of a woman prior to marriage with hair uncovered considered ervah once she gets married?