'Everything Tastes Like Chicken' - A Curious Philosophy of Meat and Milk (3 of 4)

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Event:

Limmud Conference 2010

Speaker:

Raphael Zarum

Description

This four-part series tackles the law, lore and logic of separating meat and milk. Along the way we will compare Sukkot to Halloween, analyse digestion and evolution, learn leadership through quails and breast milk, and attempt to finally solve the 'chicken or egg first?' conundrum. By studying Torah, Midrash and Talmud we will give meaning to a central practice in Jewish life. Each session stands alone; together they paint a passionate portrait of our tradition.

Tracks

Torah and Culture

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