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  • adjective Acceptable in an ecological sense, supposedly analogous to the Jewish kosher laws for food preparation.


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eco- +‎ kosher, coined by Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi.


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  • We’re coming at kosher from all directions now….an eco-kosher hechsher from the Conservative movement might make it harder for folks who need an Orthodox hechsher to find good eco-groovy food!

    Kashrut Meets Michael Pollan in Book-to-Be on Contemporary Food Issues | Jewschool 2007

  • Some might argue that one could mimic the dye using renewable resources, vegetable dyes maybe, and thereby create eco-friendly eco-kosher? colored tzitzit.

    DIY mitzvah gear - Danya Ruttenberg 2005

  • Because it's manufactured in the U.S. with eco-kosher wood, soy-based earth-friendly stuffing and upholstered in hemp, I'm pretty sure that I've canceled out my carbon footprint for at least a couple of months.

    Apartment Therapy Main 2010

  • He also reinforced his commitment to the eco-kosher movement, which tries to meld Jewish tradition with more sustainable farming and agriculture.

    unknown title 2009


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