Kosher foods have come a long way, baby. In the recent past, kosher eaters were typically limited to matzo, borscht, knishes, gefilte fish, salami and maybe a nice lean brisket from the supermarket. But today's shopper can choose egg noodles, cake mixes, frozen entrees, chocolates, toaster pastries, salty snacks, breakfast cereals, salsa, jelly, balsamic vinegar and even a complete line of Oriental foods from the array of kosher offerings in the grocery aisles. In short, kosher's leaning ...

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