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A friend sent me this picture of Human Taschen:

Human Taschen

I see that it has two kashrut symbols. I find the CRC reliable. I can't quite read what the second kashrut symbol is.

I've looked in a few stores in the New York City area, but no one carries it. Someone referred me to a website called "Twilight Zone", as it has a division called To Serve Man. I couldn't find a web site for this Twilight Zone.

The product says it's "amazing", and, I'd imagine that it is. They look tasty from the picture! But, I can't find this product. Maybe, because this is made from humans this is a secret family recipe?

Please refer to this question, which, indirectly explains what might make this product kosher considering that you're eating a human.


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    “Home taste” I’m not sure what to make of that. – DonielF Mar 1 at 1:09
  • @DonielF I had the same curiosity. Thus, my ending assumption that this must be a secret family recipe, and that may be the reason why I can't find this. – DanF Mar 1 at 1:19
  • When you find out where it's made, buy me some too. Human is next on my exotic kosher food bucket list, right after locusts and before giraffes. – Harel13 Mar 1 at 7:48
  • Joking aside, how does a regular-sized box of hamantashen cost $15? – Josh K Mar 3 at 0:30
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Hannibal's Bakery, on Avenue C, carries these and other delightful Human treats. Beware, however, that they are Basari.

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    Do you get paid for this sort of advertising? ;) – Harel13 Mar 2 at 13:07
  • Hannibal or Cannibal? – DanF Mar 2 at 15:00
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    @Harel, sadly, my commisions are paid out entirely in kosher Chianti and fava beans – Josh K Mar 2 at 18:40
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    @DanF BH I've been at a yeshiva on Har Tzion learning for a month now, life in Peru is a distant memory – Josh K Mar 8 at 2:04
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    @JoshK BH, indeed! Good for you and for us. Much hatzlacha. – DanF Mar 8 at 2:42
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I'd imagine you can get them at the bakery down in Tashi Station, next door to that place that sells power converters.

(I haven't actually checked them out, due to the issues raised e.g. here, here, and here.)

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