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Re: What Are You Eating?
« Reply #5000 on: May 09, 2024, 07:00:06 AM »
I don't think it was ever certified by one of those. It was previously OK and I believe currently Udvari
But the food is very good, so it makes up for it ;)
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Re: What Are You Eating?
« Reply #5001 on: May 09, 2024, 07:15:48 AM »
I don't think it was ever certified by one of those. It was previously OK and I believe currently Udvari
Correct, it never was one of those. But there were days that I was more trusting na´ve, and that was when I used to eat there. I lived five minutes away for most of my life. Even when I stopped eating absolutely anything, the presence of a mashgiach tzamud reinforced my decision and I continued eating there.
The conversation with my Rebbe was a wake-up call, and this was before my brother-in-law got his job in Kashrus.
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Re: What Are You Eating?
« Reply #5002 on: May 09, 2024, 08:38:18 AM »
Correct, it never was one of those. But there were days that I was more trusting na´ve, and that was when I used to eat there. I lived five minutes away for most of my life. Even when I stopped eating absolutely anything, the presence of a mashgiach tzamud reinforced my decision and I continued eating there.
The conversation with my Rebbe was a wake-up call, and this was before my brother-in-law got his job in Kashrus.
that always had mashgiach tzamud. If no one I'd checking in on the mashgiach on a minimum weekly, even better, daily basis, it's not worth much. There needs to be accountability

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Re: What Are You Eating?
« Reply #5003 on: May 09, 2024, 09:57:59 AM »
that always had mashgiach tzamud. If no one I'd checking in on the mashgiach on a minimum weekly, even better, daily basis, it's not worth much. There needs to be accountability
Like I said, I no longer eat there...  ;D
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Re: What Are You Eating?
« Reply #5004 on: May 09, 2024, 11:02:09 AM »
that always had mashgiach tzamud. If no one I'd checking in on the mashgiach on a minimum weekly, even better, daily basis, it's not worth much. There needs to be accountability
Checking in on the mashgiach? Why?
He only let me eat Tartikover Rav and Tartikover BD on restaurants, as well as Kehila Kashrus if they use Bodek but not if they check their own veggies. Although were I to be back there, I would ask him again.
This restaurant checks their own produce. I asked a mashgiach there a few months ago. I personally don't trust their checking and don't eat leafy stuff from most places.

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Re: What Are You Eating?
« Reply #5005 on: May 09, 2024, 12:46:00 PM »
Checking in on the mashgiach? Why?
I can't believe that's actually a question