As Passover Nears, Rabbis Get Out Their Blowtorches

As Passover Nears, Rabbis Get Out Their Blowtorches

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Faith Durand
Apr 18, 2011
In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: A fascinating look at the process of certifying kitchens kosher for Passover. Plus, is sugar toxic? And a Japanese soy sauce maker presses on through the aftermath of the tsunami.

Read on for more news of the day via Food News Journal.

As Passover Nears, Rabbis Get Out Their Blowtorches - WSJ
Is Sugar Toxic? - New York Times
Michael Latham, Expert on Nutrition, Dies at 82 - New York Times
Recipe for Food Safety - TIME
Tsunami devastates abalone fishing industry - Kansas City Star
Japan's officials take bite out of vegetable fears - Washington Post
China has food for thought - The National
Lawmakers target food stamps - Lake County News-Sun
Mexican microbrewers struggle to get ahead Mexican microbrewers struggle to get ahead - Los Angeles Times
Soy sauce company shows determination after tsunami - Guardian

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