Rabbi warns locust-eaters: insects may not be kosher
There are marked external signs that the locust is kosher − four legs, four wings, wings covering most of its body and two back legs to spring from - but some rabbis want to end this custom.
Since the arrival of the locust swarms this week, some religious Jews have been wandering in the south in search of a snack − especially Yemenites, for whom this is traditional fare. But eating locusts has been controversial according to Jewish law for generations, and on...
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