By Lily Cohen
It Took A Move To Alaska, A Moose And Four Years Without Plumbing For Me To Find My Jewish Soul
According to family lore, my great-grandmother had three sets of dentures: One for dairy, one for meat and one for Passover. I fear she would be rolling in her grave if she knew that I lived without running water for four years. It’s debatable whether I maintained one set of clean dishes; the prospect of…
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