Going Kosher at KosherFest

First of all: keeping kosher doesn’t necessarily mean that you eat healthier food than anyone else. It frequently means, however, that you eat weirder food than anyone else.

And, at the KosherFest expo, you have a room as big as a football field, jam-packed with the newest and weirdest in food technology. We sent Heshy Fried of Frum Satire to check it out.

And then, when you’re done, go back and read Tamar’s liveblog reports from the scene of the crime.

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