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Learning kosher slaughter

by Rebecca Spence

January 10, 2014 | 1:31 pm

Gabriel Botnick doing a demonstration this past summer for about 40 students ages 18-26. Photo courtesy of Brandeis Collegiate Institute

“The knife afterwards, what should it look like?” asks Rachel Marder, a first-year rabbinical student studying ritual kosher slaughter. 

Her instructor, Gabriel Botnick, explains that... read full article

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