February 3, 2009 2:22am
The foods featured at the seder typically are not locally grown and therefore catapult the “food miles” figure off the charts, increasing our carbon footprint. One way to assuage our guilt is to take energy-efficient actions, even into the four worlds of the kabbalistic seder.
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