Kosher Corner: Koshe Poke

Kosher cuisine has evolved over the years.  Now, your kosher palate can enjoy new and exciting tastes from around the world. As a creature of habit, I am sometimes averse to making drastic changes in my food intake. That being said, I was excited to embrace the Poke revolution.The kosher market is ripe for something innovative like Poke. Koshe Poke is taking advantage of the poke (pronounced poh-kay) craze that’s been spreading east from its origins in Hawaii to the mainland’s West Coast and now to our own little overpopulated island of Manhattan.If you are looking for a meal that is nutritious, delicious and affordable look no further than Koshe Poke.

Poke is a dish of raw cubed fish lightly marinated in soy and sesame, sometimes served over rice. Sold as a snack in grocery stores and even gas stations in the Aloha state, it is eaten more often on the sand than in a sit-down restaurant. For $12.99 you can get a bowl, burrito or salad. Kosh Poke is located at 43 East 43rd St., New York, NY; 212-725-8100.

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Aaron is a fundraiser, video journalist and growth hacker. Aaron’s segments has been featured on The Jewish Week NY, Jewcy.com,jcastnetwork.org, CNN and HLN network. Aaron holds a BA from Binghamton University and an MPA from Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at NYU. Aaron lives in White Plains, NY with his wife Tani and his son Michael.
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