Is it permissible for a shul to serve אוזני המן (Hamantaschen) without including poppy seed or chocolate ones?
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I don't think the shul is required to serve chocolate ones. You must be kidding. They really make chocolate ones now? You mean chocolate dipped / covered, or chocolate filling? I haven't seen this. Where have I been?
Poppy seed ones are an absolute must. The reason? It is called mohn in Yiddish. And how can you serve Hamantaschen that don't have ha-mohn?