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Tikkun (2016) 31 (2): 30–34.
Published: 01 April 2016
... Bureau Case Report summarized the problem: “The advertisement features a woman lying on the beach in a bikini. The photo is focused on her bottom which has the contents of a burger including lettuce, tomato, cheese, and a meat patty between the cheeks of her backside. The text reads: ‘Goodtime Burgers...
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Tikkun (2016) 31 (2): 15–16.
Published: 01 April 2016
... Jews continue to blithely consume meat, dairy, and eggs as if the welfare of animals were irrelevant. I say most Jews, but by no means all Jews. In fact, a disproportionate number of rabbis have adopted vegetarian or vegan diets. Their ranks include such prominent rabbis as Lord Jonathan Sacks, the...
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Tikkun (2009) 24 (4): 29–32.
Published: 01 November 2009
... coriander seed” (Numbers 11:7), was vegan. In contrast, when 6 p.m. Pacific Time (9 p.m. Eastern) the Israelites in the Sinai desert call out for and consume meat and fish, many suffer and die Monday, July 27 in a plague and are buried in the Graves of Lust...
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Tikkun (2015) 30 (2): 72.
Published: 01 April 2015
... dirty river to the harbor dries like mustard upon the evening meat. The worser I feel, the childer I am. Beyond the window, I can see how the moody wind manipulates, the splat of the springtime jumbled in some illegible smatter, while the rooftops pretend to organize— a scripture of rooftops...
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Tikkun (2016) 31 (2): 20–22.
Published: 01 April 2016
... an item. Among food products, there is no greater discrepancy between printed cost and true cost than with animal products. When we take a closer look at meat, dairy, and eggs, externalized costs become apparent in four primary areas: animals, health, social justice, and the environment...
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Tikkun (2016) 31 (2): 9.
Published: 01 April 2016
... dangers of contemporary food politics. The essays that follow touch on Jewish veganism, indigenous peoples’ resistance to big agribusiness, the hidden externalities of low food prices, the sexual politics of meat, and much more. We received many more responses to our call for critical thought on the food...
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Tikkun (2016) 31 (1): 30–35.
Published: 01 January 2016
... community lacks sustained critical discourse about the politics and ethics of consuming animal products. Veganism is often derided as a trendy choice of the privileged, who must consume expensive faux meats and nut milks to sustain themselves. Those of us who raise issues of animal suffering are seen as...
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Tikkun (2016) 31 (3): 44–46.
Published: 01 August 2016
... exploitation. Tza’ar ba’alei hayyim . Respect for animals. It could be extended to prohibit eating any meat, or to prohibit eating meat from animals that have been grown under super-productive “factory farm” conditions. It could also be extended to respect for the identity of plants—for example, by...
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Tikkun (2011) 26 (1): 36.
Published: 01 January 2011
... of “seed” that God has provided. “Here, I have given you all this for eating,” God says: grains and tree fruit for humans (meat-eating comes later, after the flood) and green plants for the other animals (Genesis 1:29-30). Notably, this careful delineation of the food supply follows immediately after...
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Tikkun (2008) 23 (3): 93.
Published: 01 August 2008
... w ill begin rabbinic stu d ie s a t H ebrew College in world, one that opens us to the sacredness non-kosher meat is processed through in­ th efa ll o f2 0 0 8 . of all life. To bring our actions in line with dustrial methods that rely on practices that this view of life, the wisdom of our...
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Tikkun (2015) 30 (1): 53–54.
Published: 01 January 2015
... Judaism with modernity. One realm in which Sephardic Judaism is more flexible is on the question of whether one may place milk and meat dishes together in a dishwasher and run the machine. Western-oriented Orthodox Jews are careful to wash milk and meat dishes separately in order not to violate the...
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Tikkun (2009) 24 (4): 19–20.
Published: 01 November 2009
... to be. If we truly want nor science, nor our long and proud tradi­ on, the covenant community has the to atone and have compassion for our­ tion commands or requires Jews or others opportunity to affirm that each per­ selves, and want to emulate the compas­ to consume meat; quite the...
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Tikkun (2008) 23 (4): 16.
Published: 01 November 2008
...-Turmus. I pocket my kippa in Khirbat Iribbin wondering what might have been. I pray in the holy tongue of reaching and remembering for the House of Bread and the House of Meat...
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Tikkun (2008) 23 (3): 93–94.
Published: 01 August 2008
... w ill begin rabbinic stu d ie s a t H ebrew College in world, one that opens us to the sacredness non-kosher meat is processed through in­ th efa ll o f2 0 0 8 . of all life. To bring our actions in line with dustrial methods that rely on practices that this view of life, the wisdom of our...
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Tikkun (2015) 30 (2): 28–29.
Published: 01 April 2015
.... They’re just being smart businesspeople, doing what they’ve been raised to do. The banality of evil. And then there’s the rest of us. We’re not evil and yet we are all semi-knowingly participating in the creation of this global catastrophe. Most of us eat meat and dairy products that require massive...
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Tikkun (2016) 31 (4): 26–29.
Published: 01 November 2016
... depiction, especially because the man who wrote down this story (and it was probably a man) was most likely a meat eater. Already at the time of the writing of Genesis there was a sense of a painful gap between the world as it was and the world as it was meant to be. Fast forward to the flood story...
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Tikkun (2012) 27 (2): 43–67.
Published: 01 April 2012
... rabbinic literature. Among the foods forbidden are nonruminants such as pigs and rabbits, birds of prey, and sea creatures that have no fins or scales. Meat, to be kosher, has also to be slaughtered in a special way deemed painless to the animal, and milk and meat foods must be kept separate from each...
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Tikkun (2008) 23 (4): 15–16.
Published: 01 November 2008
... been. I pray in the holy tongue of reaching and remembering for the House of Bread and the House of Meat. I plead for the bringer of rain and dew to come to the groves of...
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Tikkun (2014) 29 (1): 73.
Published: 01 January 2014
... sold to foreign interests for food production. Brown encourages us to have smaller families, consume less meat, and tax carbons so that the cost of climate change is incorporated into market prices. Environmentalists in the United States have often avoided linking their ecological...
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Tikkun (2015) 30 (4): 2.
Published: 01 November 2015
... of God), and v’ahavta l’re’echa kamocha (loving another like oneself).” Yanklowitz goes on to address many of the most significant social issues of our time, including education, health, ethical consumption, the health risks of eating meat, animal welfare, gun control, torture, prisons, immigration...