[LMB] Religion and cultural drift

Pat Mathews mathews55 at msn.com
Wed Feb 12 19:17:39 GMT 2020


IIRC, Kosher is stricter than Halal, so halal eaters can eat kosher, but kosher eaters may not be able to eat some halal meals.
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>From what little I understand, people who eat halal can eat kosher---I
don't know if the opposite applies.

On Wed, Feb 12, 2020 at 12:31 PM Carol Botteron <cjbotteron at gmail.com>
wrote:

> Officials at some college realized that kosher and halal rules were
> similar, so they combined the dining halls, which had been separate.  All
> the food served there was both kosher and halal.  The last I heard, it was
> working well, and gave students opportunities to converse with people from
> another group.  Trying to remember which college etc.
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