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Posted: Wednesday, October 25, 2017 8:59 am

Do you recall what you were eating in kosher restaurants 10 years ago? Had you tried sous-vide dishes? Homemade sausage? Fresh, cured gravlax made with only salt, sugar, peppercorns and dill? Shaved black truffles on fresh pasta, tossed with roasted porcini mushrooms? Fried chicken so crisp and tender that you’d almost swear it was soaked in buttermilk?

Not likely. It was probably a burger, steak or slice of pizza, and don’t forget that side order of sushi.

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