Thursday, November 23, 2017


If need be, you can use slippers inside the kitchen. They should be reserved for the kitchen and must not be used for going to restroom (bathroom), or out of the Langar hall. Rather than using a leather product, some prefer rubber or plastic footwear. Anything used, should be reserved only for the kitchen.

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