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keep up the great work you are doing on your Shlichus of the Rebbe !!!

confermation
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arrived to mtl 5 yrs ago

veery  good idea
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veery good idea
Cookbook!!
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Cookbook!!

You MUST come out with a kosher vegan cookbook ASAP!!!
Best,
A Lubavitch Vegetarian who will buy out all your copies for friends and family!!

I love steak!
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I love steak!

I love hotdogs!
I love meat!

PS-What will the vegans do in the Bais Hamikdash???

alfalfa sprouts
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alfalfa sprouts

i dont recall ever calling hom alfalfa spouts in yeshiva, but I love him anyways

Real men eat meat!
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Real men eat meat!
a former student
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a former student

cool!!! his stories are great too!!!!

Curious mother
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Curious mother

Who is the bochur in the first pic?

great idea
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great idea

Many young Jews are into all kinds of organic and vegan diets and this will bring them to Yiddishkeit. Yasher koiach.

keep up all the great work R' Bernath!
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keep up all the great work R' Bernath!

great idea! bet all those yuppies in “trendy” monkland are gonna love it!! much luck on your shlichus…:)

diet
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diet

no meat? they don’t know what they r missing!!

Health Foods Rock!
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Health Foods Rock!

So does being vegan. We put in our cholent. Quinoa, Puy Lentils, Sweet potatoes. salt and pepper. It comes out yummy if you do it in a crock pot. In fact people thought we had put meat in it. No one believed it was parev.
Hope you all like the recipe. 🙂

diet
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diet

this is a healthier way to eat
it is the way of the future
unbenownst to the meat lovers

the big C has statistics enough to scare anyone
why not take a proactive approach and look after oneself
it is known that a vegan diet has a lesser risk of the big C

wake up and start eating more fruit and vegetables
there are many ppl who eat this way and are healthy
we dont need as much protein as the ‘experts’ say
with fruit veges seeds nuts sprouts – there is huge variety unknown to the standard american diet (otherwise known as SAD)

vegan
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vegan
vegans are NOT healthier people
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vegans are NOT healthier people

in general, read up on it, it all depends on the individual person and HOW MUCH you eat of everything-
The Torah would not have told us to eat meat if it was outright not healthy, so be vegan if you wish, but don’t go around saying that it is THE healthy way of living…

You should learn before you speak..
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You should learn before you speak..

Vegans are NOT vegetarians. Vegetarians don’t eat meat, vegans don’t eat milk products or eggs.

Recipes, please?
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Recipes, please?

The comment about a cookbook is seconded here. But in the meantime, could you post a fave recipe or two for some of us Yidden who want to give our own seudahs a bit of a healthy facelift? Yesher Koach! And hi to Sara from a friend in MN.

Doesn't sound very Shabbosdik
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Doesn't sound very Shabbosdik

Sounds fine for the week for the fruit and nuts crowd who aren’t going to stick with Yiddishkeit anyway. How do you justify eating ochel behaimah on Shabbos and YomTov when you can afford to eat real food? Not everybody can afford flaisch so if you can you should eat it and thank God.

Yisroel + Sara
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Yisroel + Sara

Wonderful Shluchim! Wishing you much Hatzlacha !

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