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Have you ever wanted to make a film or have you ever wondered how to make a film?
Join us on Tuesday when the film makers of the movie 'Kosher' visit Dawn Tevy and discuss their film project and how it became a reality.
Description: David Zimmerman is a young rabbi who dreams of leading a congregation and helping his community. Unfortunately, he is stuck in a job blessing pickles at a factory and interning with a Rabbi who won’t promote him. That is, until he gets an offer to be the head rabbi at a comically small congregation in Des Moines. He is suddenly faced with the biggest decision of his life, which he may not be prepared for.
Directed By Thijs Bazelmans Written By Benjamin Glickstein Produced By Exec Producer: Curran Engel. Producers: Alan Wigley, Kara Frias, Benjamin Glickstein, Keely Stanley, Patrick Hughes, Woo-kyoung Lee, Alexanderson Bolano, Norman Wohiren, Tamara Turner, Elysa Sardinha.
Join todays program where we will feature KOL Foods, a grass fed organic Kosher meat company that is taking delicious, sustainable organic meats to the next level. KOL Foods Founder Devora Kimelman-Block will tell us how she started the company, and all the products and services they offer. We will also be joined by Rabbi Josh Katzan who will give us insights on how he is helping to spread the word on Kosher as well as combining Ethics and Sustainability within his Congregation.
There's a lot more to Kosher than meets the eye. Today we talk to Rabbi Mendel Segal, the Executive Director and Rabbinic Coordinator of Vaad HaKashruth of Kansas City, an organization that helps "kasher" and certify as Kosher, everything from meal preparations to enitre kitchens. We also talk about Kosher BBQ and the Jewish Art Festival going on this weekend in Overland Park.
Rachel will tell us about the parties at this year's American Royal World Series of BBQ and more fun on Everyday KC!
There's a lot more to Kosher than meets the eye. Today we talk to Rabbi Mendel Segal, the Executive Director and Rabbinic Coordinator of Vaad HaKashruth of Kansas City, an organization that helps "kasher" and certify as Kosher, everything from meal preparations to enitre kitchens. We also talk about Kosher BBQ and the Jewish Art Festival going on this weekend in Overland Park. Rachel will tell us about the parties at this year's American Royal World Series of BBQ and more fun on Everyday KC!
Many non-Jews are not aware that all food products marked with the letters "K" or "U" have been TAXED by Jewish Rabbis! Every country has its own symbol. Check your local Jewish publications. American food companies are forced to pay billions of dollars to several Orthodox Jewish organizations by paying this illegal tax. America is a country of 315 million people, not including the 40 million illegal aliens. We are all forced to pay this Kosher Tax, for the sole purpose of stuffing the pockets of the Communist Jews who only make up less than one percent of the U.S. population.
In all stores in America, lay thousands of canned and packaged food products which have a tiny "K" or "U" printed on their labels. These symbols tell Orthodox Jews that the items have been checked by a rabbi, and to make sure that they have been prepared in accordance with "Jewish Dietary law", as set forth in the Jewish Talmud - (the real "bible" of the Jews.) This is the same Talmud that says it is okay for Jews to rape little girls at age 3 and one day. It is also the same Talmud that the Jews wrote that says Rabbis can suck the of newborn baby boys.
There are Rabbis who have admitted that "Kosher" is a scam. Nothing is done to make food Kosher. In fact, in preparing food many Jews cook in very unsanitary environments by not cleaning off their cooking grills in 10-20 years.
There are now non-food kosher taxes on products such as: Soaps, aluminum foil; baby ointments, plastic bags, body wash, bowl and tub cleaner, candles, carpet cleaner, charcoal, cosmetics, cupcake holders, deodorants, detergents, dishwashing detergent, drain opener, lotions, etc.
This robbery and scam must stop.
Our German Ancestry
Hosted by: Robert Schlattmann
What are those funny little symbols on almost every label at the store? What is a Kosher Tax? What the hell is "Kosher" anyway? What does it mean? Why does everyone in the world have to pay the tax? Is there something more sinister behind the tax? Can we "opt-out" of this filthy jew extortion? Can we get a refund of the "kosher tax" money that was stolen from us? How long has this scam been in place? Why can't we get any honest answers on this topic? Are we being poisoned if we purchase "non-kosher" food items? Is that how they coerce us to pay the Kosher Tax? Why are we being exposed to toxins, poisons, intimidation, and extortion? These filthy jew rats are about to be drowned in a sea of Aryan anger after we muster all "hands on deck" to "clean ship" of all these disgusting rodents. The worst of these kosher rats should be hung high from the halyards and fed to the garbage eating gulls, and the rest of the tribe should be keelhauled, because the sharks have to eat too.
Our guest, this evening, is Rabbi Asher Girshberg founder of De La Rosa Real Foods. The company scours the globe to find the finest specialty food products, all the while producing the world's only organic kosher wines. Rabbi Girshberg will not only discuss his unique philosophy behind these products but will also speak of a decades long dream that he's about to bring to fruition, a full length feature movie on a personality that left an indelibele mark on Jewish European history. This evening we will meet a man with a remarkable life's journey. Please tune us in for a fascinating conversation!
Passover in Exile: Is it Kosher?
What does the bible say regarding this matter? Let us make Teshuvah- we will go back and get it!
Join us tonight for an informative and entertaining discussion on Kosher and Israeli wine.
Hosted by Ron, Vice President and General Manager of Florida Estates Wines.
Call the show and talk with us on-air (646) 727-3235 or Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org Your comment/question may be read and discussed on-air!
It is the Month of Ramadan and there naturally is a lot of focus on food: what to eat, when to eat, how much to eat, where to eat, etc. Inspite of the large number of Muslims all over the world and the numerous Qur'anic injunctions many Muslims are not aware of some basic principles which make one's food unlawful (haraam) to eat.
This short lecture will focus on understanding issues such as Halaal, Haraam, Zabiha (dhabiha), "the food of the people of the Book", and Kosher. We will also mention some popular ingredients found in many processed foods which are haraam.
This class will be broadcast live from Masjid al-Mu'min (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) inshaa'Allah.