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On 1/20/2018 12:24 PM, Davoud wrote:
> Savageduck:
>>> ...but is Dim sum kosher?
> As one who lived in Asia for 10 years and in Israel for five+ years, I
> can confidently state that Chinese food that approximates authenticity
> is not, and cannot be made, kosher. Take away pork, oyster sauce, and
> all shellfish. Imagine Italian food without pasta and tomatoes.

I have been to vegetarian Chinese restaurants with some Chinese people 
who were vegetarians. They assured me that the vegetarian pork and 
chicken tasted like the real thing. They told me that they had always 
been vegetarians I could never bring myself to ask them how they knew it 
tasted like the real thing.