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The Future of Kosher Food

David Zvi Kalman on the Adventures in Jewish Studies podcast
David Zvi Kalman, Erin Phillips
Dr. David Zvi Kalman is a research fellow in the Shalom Hartman Institute’s Kogod Research Center. He is a scholar, writer, and entrepreneur working at the intersection of technology, religion, and art. In addition to his work at the Shalom Hartman Institute, he has held research and consulting roles at Sinai and Synapses and the Sapir Institute. He is the owner of Print-O-Craft Press, an independent publishing house that has released books including Jessica Deutsch’s

Erin Phillips

Are bugs kosher? What about CBD/THC edibles or Impossible Pork? Can entirely new substances – like lab grown meat – be categorized and certified? How does social justice interact with kosher restrictions?

David Zvi Kalman joins Adventures in Jewish Studies podcast host Erin Phillips and guests Roger Horowitz and Jordan D. Rosenblum to seek answers to these questions and consider what those answers might mean for the future of kosher eating.

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