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Posted: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 10:15 am

Sadly I’ve gone to several funerals lately. Fortunately, I didn’t lose a close relative or friend, but this gave me the chance to see the food, much of it homemade, people bring to shiva calls.

Because there is always an overabundance of sweets at shivas, probably to ease the bitterness of the loss, I suggest delivering healthier alternatives, which are more practical.

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