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Llamaka

Now that he's received it, I can share with the class:

I sent aaronbenedict a "Llamaka":







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aaronbenedict
Dec. 3rd, 2009 10:31 pm (UTC)
I'm not sure I'll give a more educated reply but I'll do my best.

I guess that the best way to understand kosher in the context of food is that of a diet that you need to be on. Using that as a guide, wearing the clothing from something that isn't Kosher is fine. The word "kosher" has since been used to define anything that is permissible, but that's really not the proper usage. Kind of like using the word ironic when something isn't. Keeping kosher is one of the 613 commandments just like the commandment not to wear clothes that are made of shatnes.

In Hebrew the root word of the word Kosher means prepare.

I hope that this makes some sense.
hopita
Dec. 3rd, 2009 10:58 pm (UTC)
Well, kind of, but then it doesn't make sense that pearls and Llamakas would be OK, but pet pigs would not. Would shoes made out of pig skin be OK?
aaronbenedict
Dec. 3rd, 2009 11:19 pm (UTC)
Well, we do play football with a pigskin so I presume that it would be OK :)

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