Why Am I Always Hungry?

The average American consumes nearly 2,000 pounds of food per year, including over 630 pounds of dairy foods, 110 pounds of red meat and 415 pounds of vegetables.

In the Kosher Corner, Rabbi Chaim Fogelman focuses on the Jewish laws of kashrut, why we keep kosher, the origin of the laws and the practical implications for meals and meal-preparation today. But what about the more basic question of why we eat? In this episode, “Why am I Always Hungry?” Rabbi Fogelman will discuss the consumption of food in Jewish thought.