Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Late, Local, #Vegetarian

The farmers market is winding down, but we got some good stuff, anyway.

 Local corn. Local summer squash. Local sausage. Store-bought feta cheese.

The squash was one of those with the tough, bumpy skin, so I peeled it, cut it up, and cooked it in the same pan with the sausage. This local sausage is very lean; I may have had to add a little vegan margarine, in fact.

For my friends who keep kosher: Would it be permitted to use, say, pastrami or corned beef (a spicy meat, in other words) AND top it with feta cheese? Can you mix meat and dairy AFTER it's cooked?

Anyway, for those of us who don't have restrictions against it, this was delicious!

Marian Allen, Author Lady
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Cerebrations.biz said...

Nope. No meat and dairy combinations are possible. As a matter of fact, if you eat meat, you must wait a significant time frame to partake of dairy. (The Tora considers the eating of milk and meat to be genocide; killing the existing generation and the future generation simultaneously.)

Marian Allen said...

Oh, my goodness! So no chicken and eggs together, either? When you put it that way, it does sound nasty.