Wednesday, September 20, 2006
Last week's HaModia featured part 1 of an article written by Yissachar Brody and myself addressing objections raised by other kashrus organizations about the soundness of saying that any fish which looks like a salmon is a salmon. While I am reticent to accept the idea that all red-fleshed fish are kosher, I personally think it is correct to say that there is no fish which one can practically substitute for salmon. The unedited version of the article (part 2 included) will eventually appear at OU.org. A copy can be e-mailed to you upon request.