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Old June 15th, 2021 #21
Nate Higgers
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If you have never seen Der Ewige Jude I would urge you to do so, there is a segment on kosher slaughter showing the throats of cows and sheep being cut.
The jew is the demon behind the corruption of all mankind.
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Apparently, jews eat locusts:

Kosher locusts are varieties of locust deemed permissible for consumption under the laws of kashrut (Jewish dietary law). While the consumption of most insects is forbidden under the laws of kashrut, the rabbis of the Talmud identified eight kosher species of locust. However, the identity of those species is in dispute.[1]
According to Yemenite tradition, the edible locust referred to in the Torah is identified by the figure resembling the Hebrew letter chet (ח) on the underside of the thorax.[2] The most common of these in Yemen was the desert locust (Schistocerca gregaria), whose color ranges from yellowish-green to grey, to reddish in colour when it reaches maturity (Hebrew: ארבה‎, romanized: arbeh, Aramaic: גובאי‎, romanized: gobai, or Arabic: الجراد‎, romanized: al-jaraad).[3]

Cicadas are edible. But are they kosher?


(Washington Jewish Week via JTA) — Brood X, the once-every-17-years emergence of cicada swarms across much of the Midwest and Eastern U.S., has again left its mark, with trillions of the insects clogging many major metropolitan areas (and serving as unlikely parenting models). As of late June, according to reports, the (smelly) dead have begun to outnumber the living, leaving some to ask: What’s to be done with all these insect corpses?

Foodies have suggested popping cicadas in your mouth.
Zivotofsky said that before World War II, the tradition of eating locusts was confined to Jews in Yemen, where the insect was more prevalent. The custom has since expanded, including to the Zivotovsky home.

“I find it gross, but I let my kids eat locusts,” he said.

For an animal to be kosher in Judaism, it needs to fit the rules set out in the Torah, and there needs to be an established community tradition of eating the animal. Herzfeld said cicadas are never kosher, but there is also no tradition among Ashkenazim of eating locusts. Therefore, locusts are not kosher for Ashkenazim, either.

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