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Strictly kosher

Newton butcher sets up block of shops observing Jewish dietary laws

By Ralph Ranalli
Globe Staff / March 29, 2007

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NEWTON -- For years it was a fact of life, but to Newton's observant Jews it always seemed so, well, . . . not kosher. If you wanted to have a pastrami sandwich while still observing the Jewish dietary laws, you had to leave one of the great centers of Jewish life in Greater Boston and schlep next door to ... (Full article: 1301 words)

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