negevrockcity:

Over in Los Angeles, a crew of with-it hipsters have created a Kosher taco truck. Takosher doesn’t roll on shabbos and serves Yiddish-Mexican fusions like brisket and latke tacos alongside the more traditional pollo and carne asada.I think this is a great idea. Once a substitute is found for pork fat, there is nothing unkosher about traditional Mexican-style tacos. They’re also delicious as hell. The only challenge these guys will face is the fact that many kosher-observant customers are somewhat… conservative in their tastes.Seriously, is religion just a shield for picky eaters to hide behind so they can eat bland s**t for the rest of their lives?Either way, I’m stopping by this truck next time I’m in LA.

Oh, hello. I see you are talking about religion and food. We are good friends now.
Also, normally I’m highly suspicious of people with food rules, but who would willingly deny themselves pork? WHO, I ask you? You’ve got to really be afraid of a higher power to live without BLTs.

negevrockcity:

Over in Los Angeles, a crew of with-it hipsters have created a Kosher taco truck. Takosher doesn’t roll on shabbos and serves Yiddish-Mexican fusions like brisket and latke tacos alongside the more traditional pollo and carne asada.

I think this is a great idea. Once a substitute is found for pork fat, there is nothing unkosher about traditional Mexican-style tacos. They’re also delicious as hell. The only challenge these guys will face is the fact that many kosher-observant customers are somewhat… conservative in their tastes.

Seriously, is religion just a shield for picky eaters to hide behind so they can eat bland s**t for the rest of their lives?

Either way, I’m stopping by this truck next time I’m in LA.

Oh, hello. I see you are talking about religion and food. We are good friends now.

Also, normally I’m highly suspicious of people with food rules, but who would willingly deny themselves pork? WHO, I ask you? You’ve got to really be afraid of a higher power to live without BLTs.