The Sacred Table: Creating a Jewish Food Ethic

The Sacred Table Creating a Jewish Food Ethic The Sacred Table Creating a Jewish Food Ethic serves up a rich dialogue about the intersection of Judaism and food This anthology of essays explores the questions and challenges of navigating the pers

  • Title: The Sacred Table: Creating a Jewish Food Ethic
  • Author: Mary Zamore
  • ISBN: 9780881231700
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Sacred Table Creating a Jewish Food Ethic serves up a rich dialogue about the intersection of Judaism and food This anthology of essays explores the questions and challenges of navigating the personal and communal choices about eating The historic Jewish approach to eating, traditionally termed Kashrut, is explored, broadened and, in some cases, challenged within thThe Sacred Table Creating a Jewish Food Ethic serves up a rich dialogue about the intersection of Judaism and food This anthology of essays explores the questions and challenges of navigating the personal and communal choices about eating The historic Jewish approach to eating, traditionally termed Kashrut, is explored, broadened and, in some cases, challenged within this volume Throughout The Sacred Table, Kashrut is viewed as a multifaceted Jewish relationship with food and its production, integrating values such as ethics, community, and spirituality into our dietary practice The Sacred Table celebrates the ideology of educated choice In exploring these complexities, this book includes topics such as food production, the environment, personal health, agricultural workers rights, animal rights, the spirituality of eating and fasting, gratitude, caring for the hungry, the challenges of eating together, and These essays and the questions they pose present a diverse range of voices, opinions, and options that highlight Jewish values and provide ideas about how to navigate these complex choices Whether for the individual, family, or community, The Sacred Table supplies the basic how to s of creating a meaningful Jewish food ethic and incorporating these choices into your personal and communal religious practices Picture a beautiful buffet of choices from which you can shape your unique Jewish food ethic Read, educate yourself, build on those practices that you already follow, and eat well

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    1. This was a very interesting collection of essays about creating a Jewish food ethic and has made me start to rethink the choices I make. I felt that many of the essays went only so far, ideas were presented and supported and then at the end many of them say, "Whatever you choose to believe, you make up your own mind." Well, gosh, thanks. Also there is a lot of repetition of ideas in all the essays, some I thought could have been cut without having lost anything. Many of these essays are heavily [...]

    2. I first came across this collection of essays when I was looking for sources for a college paper on Jewish views on food ethics. Now that I have a lot more reading time on my hands, and a newfound interest in all food-related nonfiction, I thought I might sit down and give it a more deliberate read-through, instead of the frenzied search for passages and essays relevant to my own paper.This volume is an attempt by the Reform movement to open a discussion and attempt to push forward a vision (or [...]

    3. If you are interested in learning more about food decisions, the whys and why nots, you will enjoy this book. I will call it enlightening

    4. This book containing 50 essays about what and how to eat in the "modern" world has already changed my eating practices and will continue to help me think intentionally about what and how I eat moving forward.

    5. Added an further level to my understanding of Modern Kashrut. it is an easy book to read and a wonderful book to study as a group. I have read the entire book, but keep returning to several special essays

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