Description: The Kashrus Manual takes you on a journey of discovery into the fascinating world of the Jewish dietary laws and their implementation in modern times. It explains in every detail everything you have ever wanted to know about kashrus and it opens your eyes to many issues and kashrus practices that most people are unaware of. Written in an easy-to-read, conversational style. Despite it's technical orientation, it holds interest for everyone, scholar and beginner alike.
By Rabbi Shmuel Leib Rubenstein
(195 Pages)Publisher: University of Toronto Press, 2000
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