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Become a ‘Bug Finder’ Pro

A lecture on Tuesday for women in Crown Heights will help you become a 'professional bug finder' to better keep kashrus at home. Full Story

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West coast vegetables?
December 17, 2013 4:08 pm

I understand this isn’t the real place to ask but, I have looked and never found a bug in broccoli. And in general much less buggy overall. Do west coast and east coast vegetables have different rules? Should they?

Yidishkeit
December 17, 2013 1:37 pm

In the school for Lubavitcher girls I’ve learned if a healthy eye cant see the bugs of bug you can eat the food.
we are not expected to take a telescope to eat the food.

please make it live
December 17, 2013 10:45 am

Agree with number 2, i also live out of town and would love to watch this presentation.

Green thumb
December 16, 2013 3:46 pm

The terrorism of produce is the greatest threat to chassidic
life today. These little creatures, some microscopic hide in
Every crack and corner and crevise spoon a potential crunchy yet tasteless attack on our taste buds and neshamah’s. Thanking low cost food microscopes are available at every dollar store and gardening shop that allow even the very young to be trained for a career involving bug inspection.

Would be appreciated
December 16, 2013 1:12 pm

I live out of CH, but would love to learn too. Will you be videoing this presentation? Please make the link available if you decide to make this more public.

A different world!
December 16, 2013 10:07 am

Years ago, people wouldn’t eat meat “out.” Now, I avoid strawberries unless I’ve soaked and checked them myself! Even at heimishe simchas, it doesn’t appear that anyone has kashered the strawberries, which still have leaves attached.

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