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kosher goose

DeisCane May 13, 2002 04:10 PM

My wife's family is Hungarian, where goose is plentiful. I really would love to make a nice meal for her with goose, but I've heard from many that kosher goose was not available in the US. I just read that Noble Goose in Brooklyn imports from Israel, but I have no contact info for them. Anyone else know anything about tracking down kosher goose--not just liver, the real stuff too! Thanks!

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    Bride of the Juggler RE: DeisCane May 14, 2002 11:39 AM

    The Shop Rite Kosher Experience in Cherry Hill, NJ carries frozed kosher goose, as does Best Value kosher market in northeast Philadelphia, PA. There are many Shop Rite Kosher Experiences around the country. If there is one close to you I suggest you call them and ask if they carry it or can special order it. Thank you.

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    1. re: Bride of the Juggler
      DeisCane RE: Bride of the Juggler May 14, 2002 05:19 PM

      Thanks! I'm pretty sure there are no Shop Rite's in Manhattan, but I'll look for one outside the city, I guess.

      1. re: DeisCane
        Zev Sero RE: DeisCane May 14, 2002 05:37 PM

        There is a ShopRite in Brooklyn, on McDonald and I,
        which has an extensive kosher selection. I have no
        idea whether they've got goose, but if they've got it
        in Cherry Hill, then there's a good chance that
        they've also got it in the heart of Flatbush/Boro Park

        1. re: Zev Sero
          Toni Kamins RE: Zev Sero Jun 4, 2002 12:50 PM

          I would be very careful about buying goose in the US. European geese are force fed and that is what gives them their flavor and their fat distribution. That feeding process is prohibited by US law because some believe it to be cruel to the geese.

          Also, frozen goose, no matter where it comes from, is way inferior to fresh.

          Link: http://www.completejewishguides.com

          1. re: Toni Kamins
            DeisCane RE: Toni Kamins Jun 11, 2002 04:13 PM

            But wouldn't you agree that frozen goose is better than no goose? :-) The force feeding has been questioned by some rabbinical authorities as well, as I understand. I wonder under what conditions the goose I've eaten--strictly in Hungary--were raised...
            Anyhow, I've found a distributor for goose, thanks to the people at Levana. The company is Globex in Brooklyn. I'll keep you posted!

            1. re: DeisCane
              guy RE: DeisCane Oct 30, 2002 05:02 PM


              can you tell me the contact info for the company in Brooklyn, please?


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      menn RE: DeisCane May 18, 2002 12:58 AM

      kosher goose is available in several places in brookln , picnpa on ave m is one, and i am sure kosher bucher on w 79 can have some

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