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Meshuga means “crazy” in Yiddish. A person who is meshuga is called a meshuganer.
Whether you are a curious non-Jew, or a Jew who wishes to refresh your knowledge of this crucial part of Jewish life, this is the place for you.
Whether you are a curious non-Jew, or a Jew who wishes to refresh your knowledge of this crucial part of Jewish life, this is the place for you.
With a little education—and a lot of help, support and advice from friends and others in my life—I decided to take the kosher plunge.
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