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Local group is bringing kosher closer to nature

LoKo cofounder Marion Menzin’s roast kosher chicken. LoKo cofounder Marion Menzin’s roast kosher chicken. (Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe)
By Mark Dwortzan
Globe Correspondent / September 16, 2009

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RUTLAND - On a cloudless summer morning, a dozen kosher-observant men and women are gathered at a 20-foot table in a barn here to do something they’ve never done before: begin the koshering process on freshly slaughtered chickens. Leaving the knife work to a shochet, or ritual slaughterer, the group’s main task is to pluck 100 birds. This quickly generates ... (Full article: 713 words)

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