Labriute Meals

Labriute Meals is the exclusive and approved supplier of kosher rations to the Department of Defense (DOD) worldwide; Our meals are supplied to all branches of the U.S military and are manufactured in USDA and HACCP US-based approved facilities. Our troops can order meals via the DLA but many families supplement the meals and send Labriute standard meals (tray/microwaveable) as well.

Our Military Rations Meals meet US Surgeon General nutritional requirements for an individual active soldier’s field use; each menu provides a minimum of 1200 Calories (11-13% protein, not more than 35% fat, and not less than 48% carbohydrate). Ready-To-Eat, utilized to feed Military Service Personnel who maintain a strict religious diet.

All food components are ready-to-eat (no preparation required). A flameless ration heater is included with each meal to deliver a home cooked taste

Send a Kosher Meal to Your Hero/Loved One.

To send MRE meals click this link: https://labriutemeals.com/military/

To send tray/microwaveable kosher meals click here: https://labriutemeals.com/travel-kosher-meals/

Aish.com

Since its launch in February 2000, Aish.com has become the world’s largest Jewish content website, logging over a million monthly user sessions with 380,000 unique email subscribers.
We’ve published over 10,000 articles — on career, dating, parenting, spirituality, Israel events — offering “wisdom for living” for the modern world.
Aish.com’s goal is to give every Jew the opportunity to discover his or her heritage in an atmosphere of open inquiry and mutual respect.
Aish.com, a 3-time winner of USA Today’s Hot Site award, has been heralded for its technical sophistication and sleek graphic design. James Besser, the New York Jewish Week columnist, writes: “The supersite, Aish.com, reacting to the blinding speed of changes on the web, [produces] results that will turn most other Jewish content providers green with envy…”

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Jews In Green

What is “Jews in Green”?

It is a website devoted to Jewish servicemembers: past, present, and future.

Jews in Green (JIG) is an idea I have had for a few years now. After enlisting in the Marine Corps at 18, serving for 9+ years and then making the transition to the officer ranks, I’ve come to realize that being a Jew in the service presents some unique challenges. My hope is that by creating this website, other Jews serving in our armed forces can learn what resources are available for them, share their experiences with one another, and offer support when needed.

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Shabbat.com

You say “Shabbos”, I say “Shabbat”….. How ever the Jewish people pronounce it, it remains a peaceful oasis of holiness and tranquility in our tumultuous times, that we wouldn’t miss for the world!

Have you ever wanted to go away for a Shabbat, or perhaps experience one for the very first time, but did not have a Shabbat home to join?

Do you wish you had a special guest to share the beauty of your family’s Shabbat experience, but do not know where to find them?

Shabbat.com was established to help you find your “perfect challah”!

Traveling for business or pleasure? Backpacking across the country or around the world? Find your perfect challah!

Studying abroad or in Israel? Or perhaps you just came back from Israel and want the taste to linger a while longer?
Find your perfect challah!

Want to network in your profession, meet cool people, make lifelong friends and expand your social horizons (and perhaps meet your Bashert)? Find your perfect challah!

Come from a limited Jewish background and would like to experience a traditional Shabbos? Find your perfect challah!

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Ask Moses

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Orthodox Union

Each and every day, countless Jewish individuals around the world are positively impacted by the work of the Orthodox Union, with its array of religious, youth, social action, educational, public policy and community development services, programs and activities.

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Chabad

“Everything in this world was created for a divine purpose. All forms of modern technology can and should be harnessed to make the world a better place and, in the case of Jews, to spread Judaism in the widest possible manner.” as quoted in The New York Times

“No Jew should ever be lost to the Jewish people, no Jew must ever be lonely.” as quoted in The Jewish Week

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