say there, Chayil Ishshah ...
could you please share a list of suggested questions to ask food producers/markets/suppliers to find out what we as Torah women need to know to buy the right foods, and avoid the 'tainted'/defiled?
Trying to not be stressed-out over it, but YaHUaH has certainly convicted me to be more cautious than i have been, and i am quite concerned, to put it mildly. At the same time, i battle the broadcast "you can go 'too far' and go NUUUUUUTS over it -- the concern of "every 'little' thing" ... which i do not believe to be inconsequential in the least. If i'm considered 'nutso' for caring about every whit/bit/iota, then let others think what they want. i'm the one who has to face YaHUaH for what i served as food for anyone. i know you to be a very careful shopper, having stayed with you for a little while, and i surely would love to learn specifically even moreso what to watch out for and what to ask.
Oh yes, of course, the added concern as you know of making sure i don't spend too much of what is not mine (not my finances).
"Nutso in New England"