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Operating Sydney's only kosher hotel kitchen

Operating Sydney's only kosher hotel kitchen | Food habits & religion | Scoop.it
Julien Pouteau, executive chef at the InterContinental Sydney Double Bay, explains what's involved in operating a certified kosher kitchen.
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Clarified: Religious dietary restrictions

Clarified: Religious dietary restrictions | Food habits & religion | Scoop.it
We're delving into the dietary restrictions of twelve religions in the hopes of cooking up a little interfaith understanding.
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Faith and Food - the way to your heart

Faith and Food, Religion and Food, London restaurants, Food and Faith
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Religion, World Religions, Comparative Religion - Just the facts on the world's religions.

Religion, World Religions, Comparative Religion - Just the facts on the world's religions. | Food habits & religion | Scoop.it
Religion facts, objective guide to world religions, comparative religion charts. Start your research on world religions here.
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London council defends criticism over claims pork was banned in its primary schools

London council defends criticism over claims pork was banned in its primary schools | Food habits & religion | Scoop.it
A north London council has defended itself over criticism it does not serve pork in its primary schools because of the cost of monitoring each child in case they are religiously or culturally forbidden from eating the meat.
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BBC - Religion: Religions

BBC - Religion: Religions | Food habits & religion | Scoop.it
Guides to world religions and beliefs. Includes Atheism, Christianity, Islam, Paganism, Jainism, Zoroastrian and many more.
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Protocol Professionals, Inc. | Cultural and Religious Dietary Rules and Restrictions

Henry IX was the first to use a fork, around 1713. Prior to that, people ate with their fingers and/or a knife and spoon, even Louis IV. It was thought that the fork represented the devil and people did not want to put the devil into their mouths.
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