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Subject: Re: OT: Happy Eight Day
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Subject: Re: OT: Happy Eight Day
Date: Sun, 21 Jan 2018 06:47:17 +0100
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On 2018-01-21 00:50:10 +0000, PeterN said:

> 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.

Well, you can with no doubt cook tasty non meat Chinese, Italian and 
Scandinavian meals without the use of meat substitutes. I wouldn't know 
about British though...
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