Sunday, April 6, 2014

"ATW80DS" - Resting on the Sabbath

Sunday.... Religion in France somewhat impacts what you can eat and when. Examples include:

  • If you are Catholic, you are not allowed to eat any meat on Friday. Instead of meat, canteens in France serve fish.
  • If you are Muslim, you are not allowed to eat pork. On the rare occasion of eating pork, you are only allowed to eat it if it has been prepared in a way called "halal". This means that it has to be cooked a certain way and the animal can only be slaughtered one way.

Now days,  religion has a small influence on food as it is up to individuals to chose to follow their religions rules or make their own up and even though we all know that culturally religions have a huge impact and play a major part in the everyday food life of most countries, we here at the pantry would love to have you all join us in a day of rest. 
So, Just as a FYI... For those of you who may be joying us for the first time or maybe new to the Pantry Life. The Pantry is and will remain dark on Sundays! We are God fearing, church going people who, enjoy a day full of sabbath blessings, family time and everyday, over-the-counter snacks !!!!!! :)

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