by Marnie Winston-Macauley

You bet. The long-necked animal chews its cud and has cloven hooves. So why aren’t we buying happy meals from Giraffe King? Well for some reason, Giraffe burgers just never really caught on in Ancient Israel, which means we don’t have a continuous tradition for eating giraffe, and you know how we Jews feel about tradition (see: Tevye).

But even if Bubbies around the world somehow banded together to bring giraffe back, a sandwich of girrafarami on rye with coleslaw at any deli restaurant would cost over $100. Now that’s not kosher, is it?

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