Between Forkfuls, Let's Be Food Thoughtful – and Kosher

Rabbi Noah Farkas

Rabbi Noah Farkas, an alum of AJWS’s Rabbinical Students’ Delegations, and a big fan of Pursue: Action for a Just World, wrote this fabulous article in JWeekly, reminding us to pay attention to our food, its source, and the politics bound up in its production. “We cannot just look at our food,” Farkas writes, “we have to look ‘through’ our food — beyond its materiality to its history, its depth, and to its ability to empower or impoverish the hands that brought it from the field to the fork.”

Read the full article here.