Local vegetarian chain going kosher
Clover, which offers food both on wheels and in fixed locations, is going for kosher certification:
I'm not Jewish. I was raised going to a small New England brick congregationalist church a couple of towns over from where I grew up. But I've wanted Clover to be Kosher for a long time. I had a colleague at McKinsey who kept fairly strict Kosher, and I was shocked what a nightmare it was for her to try to find food she could eat. I have no idea how many people in Boston keep Kosher, but I want Clover to be accessible to everybody and I started thinking about getting Kosher certification a long time ago.
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You can't be everything to everyone.
In trying to make they're food non-offensive they've manged to make it non-good.
My best encounter was a resounding "Well, I guess it's not that bad."
How do they try to be non
How do they try to be non-offensive? By being vegetarian? Not using any frozen ingredients? Cooking everything the same day from scratch (except the ketchup and mayo)?
Simple solution: then don't
Simple solution: then don't eat here.
They seem to be doing very well despite your internet concerns.
Might as well go halal while
Might as well go halal while they're at it since the requirements are similar.
Many Muslims (but not all)
Many Muslims (but not all) will accept a kosher certification as counting as hallal, though the opposite is not true.
Would observant Muslims eat
Would observant Muslims eat at a vegetarian place that had no certification?
Observant Jews would not.
Know your audience
This may have something to do with their new location in Brookline Village. Just maybe....
2 years is new?
2 years is new?