In Judaism, what significance is assigned to food?
Food is a major part of Jewish culture, and is related to spirituality through custom and tradition. Most Jewish holidays are centered around shared meals, with special blessings to indicate that the food is being eaten to honor that holiday. Food must be certified under specific laws, called Kashrut, to be eaten by Orthodox Jewish people; this means...
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