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February 15, 2012


Roundworms can be kosher.

(Thanks to Rich Steurer)


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Aren't these the people who won't eat pork because it's unclean? You can keep your worms, I'll keep my ham.

Whew! Now I can serve them to all my Jewish friends without offending any.

found in sardines? of course they're hacidic

Sounds gross

Didn't Parasitic Worms open for Runaway Sled Dog?

but make sure they are blessed by a "Union Rabbi", or it might not be legal (or kosher) in your state...
isn't that what the circled U means, as opposed to just a circled K?....

No, the "Circle K" was a ranch in Texas.
The "Circle U" was the band of Indians that they saw last.

The "Circle K" is actually a minimart here. I doubt they carry these. Kosher or not.

but are they Kosher for Passover, too??? huh?

I thought a round worm had to be circumcised in order to be Kosher. Nu?

& for that icky after taste, how 'bout a piece of kosher gum
- for a good orthodox chew

"Circle K" is perty much around a lot of the country (that bein' the USofA), but it's Canadian-owned, last I heard ... NBD ... merely clarifyin' ...

Old joke dept.: "Better than ham" ... ? Prolly not ...

"Nematodes" ... Nah ... they're Newts ...

Doesn't tell wingnut that ham also contains worms.

I'll have to look at my sardine worms more closely; I didn't realize they have fins and scales. See Leviticus 11:9.

Or maybe these are terrestrial sardines, the offspring of the Tsar and the Tsarina. In that case the worms should have cloven hooves and chew their cud.

There are 613 commandments in the Bible that both Jews and Christians (see Matthew 5:17-20) are supposed to follow; I've never understood the self-righteous hypocrisy of picking a few like dietary laws or homophobia and ignoring the ones about sacrificing animals, slavery, tattoos, getting drunk, etc.


Uh-oh ...

Seriously! UH-OH!

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