Walking through The Great Game of Kashrut was a phenomenal experience. The book simplifies some of the most complicated concepts in Kashrut in a way that is fun for young and old. I was followed by my children (who are quite learned themselves) and grandchildren who all enjoyed it immensely.
I’m inspired by Rav Don Channen’s mastery of Kashrut, his insightful ability to teach in such a clear way and his rich talent in illustrating Torah concepts.
Rabbi Yaakov Goldman has combined Torah scholarship, a creative mind and a great sense of humor to produce a whole new concept in Torah study. I highly recommend it for young and old.
Rav Yitzchak Berkovits, Posek
Rosh Kollel, The Jerusalem Kollel
Rosh HaYeshiva, Aish HaTorah
Mara D’asra (Halakhic Authority) for Sanhedria Murchevet Jerusalem
Here’s what is said about R’ Channen’s Kashrut works:
"This amazing book is based on halacha I'ma'aseh, written by an expert in kashrut in a succinct way that is easy to understand by all of Klal Yisrael."
- Rabbi Yitzhak Goldstein, Shlita
If you’re Jewish (and you eat) this is for you
It’s hard to learn.
If you aren’t accustomed to learning Shulchan Aruch, the unknown terms and myriads of details in Hebrew and Aramaic can be hard to visualize. And how do those laws translate into your common kitchen mishaps?
It’s difficult to teach.
The average attention span is just 8 seconds! And you’re competing with movies, iphones and video games. How do you get millennials and students engaged in the laws of kashrut?
There’s a gap between hearsay and halacha. And it gets wider with every kitchen blunder. Is there a way out of the anxiety, arguments and mistaken assumptions (without 37 phone calls to your LOR)?
The Great Game
- Debunks Kashrut myths
- Creates confidence for cooks
- Is playful enough for children
- Is lomdish (deeply academic) enough for adults
- Sharpens skills and brain power
- Leads to better Shalom Bayit
- Has rich content for readers and quick bites for scanners
- Ensures you ask the correct shaila to your Rav
- Helps you eat kosher!
Get a feel for the book in a 90-second game >>