Those of us in the six-pointed faith love to argue. We argue about what we’ll eat, and when, and where, and sometimes even with whom we’ll break challah. The Old Testament is accompanied by sufficient volumes of discussion, debate, dialogue, dissection, dissent, and rabbinic dissin’ to make Jay-Z blush: It’s the Talmud, not to mention the Gemarrah. Wrapped inside those wonderful logical puzzles, you’ll find an entire treatise on the laws of kashrut, or more colloquially: What’s kosher?
Why limit these arguments to real flesh and blood creatures? If E.T. landed in your backyard, and you were hungry, could you eat him with a nice cholent on the side? What about Bigfoot? If these food-related questions have kept you up, or kept others awake as you’ve pondered them late into the night, check out The Kosher Guide To Imaginary Animals.