Food and religious practices
Most people agree that religious cultures are shaped by — and in turn influence — what believers can and cannot eat.
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Learn about Muslim food at fundraising dinners with Al Huda and Masjid Al Mumineen. Eat kosher at an interfaith Seder at Congregation Shaarey Tefilla and a Shabbat dinner at Congregation Beth-El Zedeck. Roberts Park UMC offers a couple of workshops on “How to do Lent well” March 9 and March 24. Tibetan Buddhist monks offer a cooking demonstration at UIndy.
And of course Kountry Kitchen Soulfood Place will prepare a sumptuous feast of vegetarian soul food at the Interfaith Banquet March 24.
So this spring, treat yourself. Indulge your taste buds as well as nourishing brain and soul.Tags: Buddhism, food, Islam, Islam. Jewish