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Recycling in Rockland County

Meira Feinman

Before you throw out all that unneeded stuff, wait! Did you know you can make tablecloths out of plastic bottles? Or pencils from old jean pants? Recycling prevents bal tashchis and preserves the beautiful world Hashem created

 

On the Job: Mashgiach

Rhona Lewis

The piece of halibut, sole or cod your mother’s made for supper has probably traveled to China and back. All over the world, fish are caught, sent to China for packaging, and shipped to supermarkets worldwide. Who was watching your fish while it was in China? Meet Rabbi Yishai Sakat, a mashgiach for the past 25 years, whose job takes him to a fish processing factory in Beijing, the capital of China.



 
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