Short, practical and clear shiurim on the laws of Kashrus. From farm to plate. How to keep a kosher home. What's behind that kosher symbol or Hebrew jargon.
Nasha Kasha is a weekly radio program about Ukrainian life. We travel Ontario and beyond to bring you stories about remarkable lives and events. Our 28 minute episodes are in English with some Ukrainian and music offerings.
Dr. Trevor Kashey can teach any intelligent person how to apply the scientific method so that they can be rational and constructive with themselves, other people, and the lives they lead. For over 15 years now, Dr. Trevor Kashey helps people just like you transform their minds, bodies, and lives - guiding them to feel good, and look great... by thinking straighter! Dr. Kashey's community regularly produces life-changing transformations resulting in 8 figure businesses, gold medals, and metri ...
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Two brothers, a rabbi and a comedian, try to figure out how to do Judaism during a pandemic. See if you can figure out who’s who. Hosted by Moshe & David Kasher.
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Neal Brennan (Chappelle's Show), and Moshe Kasher (Chelsea Lately) welcome a different (black) guest every week to the podcast to discuss stupid things in a stupid way.
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Real Conversations with Author Entrepreneur Kellen Kash and Family. Schedule time to talk on www.cprfirm.as.me Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kellen-kash/support
Uddipta Kashyap is going to provide you a value to rethink your life which is filled with ambition and passion but somewhere between your society, you've been failing to find it out. I'm here to talk about different topics and situation in our environment, especially related to entrepreneurship.
Welcome to my podcast i wanted to share my views on recent elections in Pakistan and the political changes taking place in Pakistan after election.
Life good bad and ugly but no sugar coating bluntly honest opinions and facts from my point of view — stay tuned we will have occasionally have live guest feel free to call in or send in new topic ideas —- *LETS SPILL AND SIP THIS TEA🤞🏼 Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reality_bitezwitkash/support
I will teach you how I attained my hustle. And how to keep your hustle Successful. If you can do that you will already have KASH
The Hound Tall discussion series is a live podcast, hosted by Moshe Kasher, that takes a single topic and figures out the mysteries of the universe. An hour long chat with an expert and a panel of comedians, they learn all there is to know about things. And also laugh at them.
The Kashmir Project is a podcast created to raise awareness about the issue of Kashmir, and discuss the actions of India, Pakistan and the global community on the matter. This series aims to motivate listeners to gain awareness of the Kashmir cause, commit their fight for freedom to memory, and to raise their voice in support of the restoration of rights for Kashmir.
Educate yourself, inspire others, change the world. Since 2012, Kash Khan’s platform “Educate.Inspire.Change” has attracted millions of fans looking for positive, uplifting content that explores and raises consciousness. His new podcast features world-renowned guests sharing their personal journeys on life advancement. Every fortnight Kash chats to thinkers, doers and dreamers, listening to their unique perspectives on a broad range of topics including personal growth, self actualisation, me ...
Welcome to "The Peter Kash Show After Hours" with Peter Kash and Megan Coady. This podcast features after hours conversations with Peter and Megan after the radio mics have been turned off. Peter and Megan will answer your questions, talk about love, life and everything in between. Produced by FLOW 93-5 as part of Newcap Radio http://flow935.com
Contemporary crises in 2020 have highlighted deep-rooted inequities and injustice in our world. Yet, there is a place that remains in shadow - cloaked behind a veil of miseducation and colonial violence. This place is Kashmir. Have you heard of Kashmir? Do you know where this valley- once known for its beauty, culture and craftsmanship and now for being the world’s most densely militarized land- is? Do you know how it’s eight million people live?The Kashmir Podcast will delve into the everyd ...
** Interested in subscribing to Rabbi Haim Ovadia's weekday emails on Jewish Law? Please send an email to email@example.com with your full name, location, and a bit about yourself.** Keeping kosher seems like it gets more burdensome over time. It's not that true kashrut has changed, but rather Rabbi's and kashrut organizations continue to raise the bar. But, is raising the bar a good thing? Is it that our ancestors were ignorant to the laws of kashrut? Or is it the fact that kashrut h ...
Canada’s federal election is behind us, and Nasha Kasha goes in search of silver linings and meaning, while taking in Toronto's Annual Ukrainian Festival.โดย Steve Andrusiak
Do you prefer exercising in the morning or the evening? Do you wonder if one is better than the other? In this episode, Dr. Kashey talks about how exercising at different times of day affects appetite as well as food choices. While there is no magic involved, exercising in the morning vs. evening does yield varying results depending on an individua…
During the First World War, Ukrainian Canadians and others from Eastern Europe were labelled enemy aliens and robbed of their freedom. Canada’s first national internment was brought about by the War Measures Act and didn't end until well after that War.โดย Steve Andrusiak
Why do we double wrap the challah dough Overview of ovens in Halacha Pizza in a fleishig oven Burning challah correctly What if the dough exploded and is now touching the oven wall or oven rack?โดย Rabbi Eli Markowitz
During times of extreme emotional stress, what do you turn to? Dr. Kashey understands that it can be tempting to choose comforting habits that don’t ultimately help you in the long run. He helps us discern the difference between “If I take care of myself then I feel better” vs. “If I feel better then I’m taking care of myself.” The good Dr. Kashey …
University students are back on campuses across Canada. In Ottawa, a recent graduate and a final year student speak about their respective scholarly, community and personal pursuits.โดย Steve Andrusiak
In this episode, Dr. Kashey scrutinizes popular nutrition tips, tricks, and hacks such as “chew slower in order to eat less food!” Does this advice really help people make better food choices? Or does it only make meals more miserable? The good Dr. Kashey firmly believes in enjoying his meals, and he wants you to enjoy your meals as well. As it tur…
It is a love story that started long ago and continues today. September 1st, Irena Pavliw turned ninety. In this week's episode of Nasha Kasha, the author and educator recalls love in a time of uncertainty, survival and recovery.โดย Steve Andrusiak
Sending someone else to ask the Bais Din for Hataras Nedarim on the Challah Doing Hataras Nedarim over zoom What type of Bais Din is necessary? Some Halachos to keep in mind on erev Rosh Hashanahโดย Rabbi Eli Markowitz
Dr. Kashey looks at Dutch research on health decision-making. They asked some subjects to consider short versus long-term decision-making processes, specifically with regard to their health. These researchers called it the “Mental Simulation Model of Decision Making” and they looked at two experimental groups. Essentially every time we eat, we’ve m…
When marchers set out on their 500 kilometer trek from Sudbury to Parliament Hill, organizers blessed their efforts to bring attention the victims of residential schools. The name they chose was Blinding Light Tiger Lilly. Like reconciliation with our First Nations, the lily stands atop a tall strong stem. Petals are complex and multi layered. And …
The typical Psak Halacha when the dough gets mixed back in A quick glance at the Halachos of Hataras Nedarim One or two berachos Saying aneinu and then breaking the fastโดย Rabbi Eli Markowitz
The classic shaila when the Hafrashas Challah gets mixed back into the dough. The opinion of the Shulchan Aruch The advice of the Noda Byihuda The chacham tzvi fascinating chiddush from a sugya in Yoma (#DafYomi) The Psak of the Remaโดย Rabbi Eli Markowitz
Are you thinking about sending in your genes to a genetic testing company for "personalized" medical information? Think again. Don't fall victim to this clever marketing scheme. In today's episode, we unpack the danger of "good" and "bad" test results. Join Dr. Trevor Kashey as he unpacks how genetic test results create an iatrogenic condition that…
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Nasha Kasha is back on the road. With masks and social distancing at the ready, we present a long overdue visit to catch up.โดย Steve Andrusiak
Giving challah to a Kohen today, Yichus questions, egg matzah production, tossing in the garbage instead of burning it, saving all the challah balls for chometz burning, (challah #3)โดย Rabbi Eli Markowitz
How does eating change when the same food is described in different ways? In this episode, the good Dr. Kashey picks apart the interesting science behind how labeling food as a snack versus a meal changes the way we think about food as well as impacts how much we eat. As always, Dr. Kashey touches on the value of self-awareness and positivity regar…
Taras Shevchenko is a poet who modeled language retention, free speech, courage and grace in the face of oppression. Today his spirit and example quietly inform anyone who will take the time to notice. This report is from Quebec City.โดย Steve Andrusiak
Why do we burn the challah? Why don't we follow the shulchan aruch and do two Hafrashas? Why do we give a Kzayis if it's not mentioned anywhere?โดย Rabbi Eli Markowitz
What's so complicated about separating a piece of dough? The unique mitzvah What's the amount of the separation?โดย Rabbi Eli Markowitz
Pets provide nonjudgmental emotional support. Studies show that contact with pets reduces stress, and that animals help older adults cope with social isolation— Here is Nasha Kasha’s all cat show. Some of these stories may conflict with the data, but each has a happy endings.โดย Steve Andrusiak
Poor storage Yoshon production Deep fryers Chodosh equipmentโดย Rabbi Eli Markowitz
In today’s podcast episode Dr. Kashey looks at how we need to have a strong connection between our knowledge and our actions when it comes to weight loss and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Knowing how and why we behave as we do will give us an advantage, as it leads to self-autonomy and monitoring. This in turn leads to our automation of positive…
The Chodosh Guide Yoshon.com USDA The common applications of the 5 grainsโดย Rabbi Eli Markowitz
Brisk Chicago Chabad Chassidim All or nothing?โดย Rabbi Eli Markowitz
Have you ever been bullied? Or been too harsh with yourself? Dr. Kashey explains the root of this kind of behavior, and how to find the key to freedom!โดย Dr. Trevor Kashey
โดย Rabbi Eli Markowitz
2021 is the 150th anniversary year of Ukrainian poet Lesya Ukrainka. Her significance for Ukraine and for Europe is this week’s story on Nasha Kasha.โดย Steve Andrusiak
โดย Rabbi Eli Markowitz
This week, Nasha Kasha revisits North Winnipeg, and we learn about its history and evolution from a long time resident and film-maker.โดย Steve Andrusiak
The views from the top of the Great Wall of China are pretty spectacular. But what if you were a soldier who had to scale it? Now that’s a challenge. And that’s how it can feel when you’ve been on top of your plans, making some great progress - but then you mess up and are thrown off your groove! Will you ever be able to get back on track? Yes! The…
Famous opinion of Taz Rules of Psak Can we compare the rules of Chodosh to the requirements of the Karbon Omerโดย Rabbi Eli Markowitz
โดย Rabbi Eli Markowitz
The goal of this podcastIntroduction to Halachos of Chodoshโดย Rabbi Eli Markowitz
Ricky Skaggs plays one in Mandolin Rain. Rod Stewart’s mega hit Maggie May closes with one. R.E.M featured one in the song Losing My Religion. Today, Nasha Kasha salutes the mandolin. Companion, music tool, sad song tremolo.โดย Steve Andrusiak
An “eye for an eye” sounds fair - but what about “an eye for an arm, and a leg, and an eye?” Believe it or not, we actually do this to ourselves sometimes! Like if you’ve ever goofed, and then instead of making a small correction you’ve done extra to “make up” for that mistake. This kind of overcompensation is actually pretty common, especially for…
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Dr. Kashey walks us through the ways we reinforce our self-sabotaging behaviors through negative reinforcement and operant conditioning. He shares the 3-step path to get back on track when we've veered from our plan. Grab your coffee and a notepad; you won't want to miss this!โดย Dr. Trevor Kashey
Halifax broadcaster, author and politician Richard Zurawski was very close to his father. But for much of his life Richard knew only a fraction of his father's story.โดย Steve Andrusiak
Dr. Kashey explains that many of his clients expect perfection from themselves and beat themselves up over goofs in their lives. The goofs can be in any area of life. Extreme high performers are the worst at beating themselves up over mistakes made, creating a feedback loop of self-sabotaging behavior.…
A very soothing Romantic song perfectly sung by Arijit Singh penned by Mithoon from the movie Ek Villain.Hope you guys like it. Lots of Love. STAY HOME, STAY SAFE. Refer to the below link for more information on Hubhopper: https://studio.hubhopper.com/?utm_source=host_feed_programme&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=hubhopper_studio…
He is called the father of multiculturalism. Senator Paul Yuzyk died July 9th, 1986. As we approach the 35th anniversry of his passing Nasha Kasha acknowledges Yuzyk's legacy.โดย Steve Andrusiak
Do you hate setting goals? The secret is out: so does Dr. Kashey! It’s because while the goal format may work wonders in a bureaucracy, it is not the best framework to use in a self-help setting. On the other hand, maybe you do like goals and they have helped you succeed! Then this episode is for you, too. Listen along as the good doctor takes a de…
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A very soothing romantic song perfectly sung by Arijit Singh from the movie Aksar. Hope you guys like it. Lots of Love. STAY HOME, STAY SAFE. Refer to the below link for more information on Hubhopper: https://studio.hubhopper.com/?utm_source=host_feed_programme&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=hubhopper_studio…
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How many of us have seen someone on TV crying about a breakup over a tub of ice cream? Or done something similar ourselves? Many people eat this way because they want to feel better, but believe it or not, bingeing actually makes negative moods last longer. The good news is that consuming food based on mood is actually a learned behavior! Join Dr. …
A rushnychok is an embroidered cloth: a memento haded down through generations. Here is the story of a band that wove their songs and music through that embroidery for more than a decade.โดย Steve Andrusiak