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That was what the menu board read at Jeff’s Gourmet Kosher Sausage on Pico Blvd. last week—and here’s the evidence as photographed by The Journal’s Dan Kacvinski.
Moose and deer, if properly slaughtered and prepared, can be kosher, as Rob Eshman noted in his article ‘Eating Bambi (recipe included)’.
But do you really want to put your lipstick on a moose?
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