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Kosher Tidbits from around the Web – November 5, 2007

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Across the Atlantic, Scotland‘s only kosher restaurant, L’Chaim, is getting high praise for its latkes and chopped liver.
 
Conversation over this past week was about “Exit” the new energy drink being marketed to Charediim in Israel.  Under the strictest of supervision, this Red Bull-like drink, will, according to the company’s owner, give energy to those who spend their days enveloped in learning and their nights dancing at Simchas.
 
Another topic of discussion is the new Kosher Dunkin Donuts which has opened in Staten Island.  Located a block from the JCC, it is under the supervision of Rabbi Mehlman.
 

And finally, did you know that glue on Israeli stamps is kosher?

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