Diners feasted on quail, cow udder, venison, goat, bison and other exotic meats at a special Orthodox Union dinner. After a daylong conference in New York on how to recognize appropriate species of animals and make them kosher, diners met Sunday at Manhattan’s Levana restaurant for a meal of hard-to-get kosher meats. The purpose was to perpetuate Jewish traditions about certain kosher animals that rarely are eaten today,
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