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Whole Foods goes for the Jewish vote
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wrong holiday; still good
Just add piles of potatoes and cans of oil to that matza meal display, and all is well.
Typical Whole Foods antics! A Jewish holiday; get out the Matzo.
Well, at least it’s food we can eat. Somebody posted a pic on Facebook of a Walmart display of baked hams with the sign, “perfect for Hannukah.”
as amy indicates, matzo meal is an ingredient for latkehs so maybe…
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