It has been a helluva week…..some great comments here on IST…..dealing with the pain of an accident from 10 years ago…..lots of politics to make me ill and some real good exchanges on other blogs….all in all a good week.
I close my week out with a post on something that I found and just could not let it go past without spotlighting it.
For Jews some things are Kosher and some are not….from what I understand, granted not much, there is a certain code that must be followed for anything to be labeled “Kosher”…..method of slaughter, et al…..
I read a piece yesterday that took me aback…..can marijuana ever be Kosher?
Good news, stoners who celebrate Pesach! Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky, whom the Times of Israel identifies as “the leading living ultra-Orthodox halachic authority,” has ruled that marijuana is kosher for Passover. Kanievsky has said pot can be eaten or smoked during the holiday, though there’s one tiny catch: it should be used as part of a medical treatment program
So it is Kosher for Passover and then it is not?
How does that work? Must it be chopped with a special knife? Maybe one has to wear some sort of secret underwear…..can something be Kosher once a year?