7/9/09

the veggies are very well checked for bugs...

At the vegan restaurants under your supervision, such as Certain Restaurant, are the veggies checked for bugs?

the veggies are very well checked for bugs...

Checking for bugs is an arduous time consuming task. Hard to accept that vegans checking equals that required by Halacha. Also, I don't see how the fact that vegans don't like to eat bugs which is a personal preference issue equates to a Issur Doraysa [Torah transgression].

p.s., the veggies are very well checked for bugs...

by the way, where does the Torah say that it is an "arduous Time consuming task"? "hard to accept"? is that halacha too?

and, the veggies are very well checked for bugs...

Checking for bugs is an arduous time consuming task. That's a practical reality. Made more so with the volume of veggies in a vegan store. Halacha requires super careful checking not to be nicshol [make a mistake]. If your contention is the guys at a vegan rstrnt are as careful and dedicated in their search day after day as one who is afraid of transgressing the Issur Dorasa [Torah transgression] you may want to seriously verify this. There is the problem of Lifnei Iver. [causing people to sin}

read slowly, the veggies are very well checked for bugs...

Have you ever been in the kitchen of a vegan restaurant? You haven't even spoken to me.
It's a dangerous thing to be motivated by (mistaken) assumptions and emotions rather than actual Halacha. Perhaps YOU are not concerned with Halacha but only with being contentious and assumptive? Please call me when you have the chance and I will clarify your concerns one by one.

oh, and by the way, the veggies are very well checked for bugs...

excerpted from:
Another Kosher conversation - An email DiscussionTuesday, July 7, 2009, http://nyrabbi.blogspot.com/


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