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Re: [Debconf-team] Re: kosher discrimination at debconf

On Mon, Apr 10, 2006 at 02:15:07AM -0700, Ted Walther wrote:
> Safir, halal rules also require the meat be bled as soon as it is
> slaughtered.  Someone which the chef at the hotel should be able to
> arrange without problems, especially given the volume the entire group
> will be eating.

Wrong, since the rest of the people who eat meat are not bothered by how the
meat is handled (as long as the process is kept higenicaly inside the
requirements). Asking the chef to handle a huge amount of meat in a way that
only 0.3% of the group would require is not an option.

Medical reasons are of course another topic, but this is not the case.

So, as several people have stated before, your best option is to join the
vegetarian/vegan option and enjoy the food for the two weeks. Or arrange it
yourself somewhere else.

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