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  • I choose to believe that along with all the faddiness, it’s our basic-goodness (G-dliness) bubbling up (in many cases through our subconscious) and drawing many of us towards Kosher, not to mention organic, fair-traded and ethically produced foods.

    The Kosher Fad is Sure to Fade | Jewschool

  • French blood in a family is an excellent thing — prevents faddiness about food.

    The Silver Spoon

  • But this referred chiefly to little physical tricks and similarities: a certain faddiness about his food, his clothes, his belongings.

    The Way Home

  • Regardless of the effectiveness of social media, there is also the question of their faddiness and therefore longevity.

    This is Money | Home

  • I am sure deep inside she does mean well and would give this little boy a life his biological parents could never have been able to give him in a million years, but I still can’t shake the cynical thought that these adoptions of African children by celebs smacks of faddiness.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • I am sure deep inside she does mean well and would give this little boy a life his biological parents could never have been able to give him in a million years, but I still can’t shake the cynical thought that these adoptions of African children by celebs smacks of faddiness.

    Sisters in Law and Celeb Adoptions

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