Obviously a lot of these are common foods and many people from different areas and backgrounds may have been exposed to them. Eating or not eating these foods has no effect on one's religion.
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If You've Had 24/30 Of These Foods, You're Truly A Northeastern Jew
Are you from Long Island? Maybe Westchester, New Jersey, or Boston? Did you go to sleep away camp? Have you tried JSwipe?