Thinking Out of the Box: What to do with left over food from S…

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Last night I had a dream about what to do with left over food at Simchas. Do you think it can work?

About the author, Nachum

Nachum Kligman is a visionary entrepreneur, brand builder, marketer and business consultant through his company, Ideago LLC. He has founded or co-founded more than twenty companies and entrepreneurial projects such as Viewbix, ZipUp Inc, NextDor Inc., and others. He is the only man in history to own a Pizza Store on Rechov Meah Shearim, and he was a two-time Color War winning General at Raninu Day Camp back in the 90’s. He has consulted hundreds of business owners and non-profit organizations and is also an author, speaker and an amateur photographer. He holds two technology patents for his vision and ideas that resulted in Viewbix Inc. He also has a very successful weekly podcast, “The Frum Entrepreneur,” which is consistently one of the top Jewish podcasts on iTunes.

His biggest aspiration in life is to be a ben Torah and to help his fellow Jews succeed in the business world. He lives with his wife and children in Ramat Bet Shemesh, Israel.


  1. Mary Ellen Rubinacci on 03/29/2017 at 2:48 PM

    it should been free or give it to the homeless—why sell it?

  2. Yudi Goldberg on 03/29/2017 at 2:49 PM


  3. Yankee Teitelbaum on 03/29/2017 at 2:49 PM

    it is a great idea because a lot of people do need food after a wedding, and not always is there available or a caterer who wants to bother with it, but if he makes money ….

  4. Daniel Rubin on 03/29/2017 at 2:49 PM

    Not crazy, but you need to see what the caterers usually do with the leftovers…

  5. Igal 'Hakim on 03/29/2017 at 2:50 PM

    Amazing idea

  6. Mary Ellen Rubinacci on 03/29/2017 at 2:51 PM

    thanks, Yankee Teitelbaum—better than selling it!

  7. Yankee Teitelbaum on 03/29/2017 at 2:53 PM

    Mary Ellen, so if you are a guest who has traveled to a wedding and are going back to the hotel afterwards. sometimes the simcha will provide food, most times not, you might have to go to the kitchen and try to get a waiter to give you the left over. but if there is a system in place, it might work. also perhaps people will not want to make the meal the next day, say it’s a thursday night wedding and you can get your shabbos dips and soup etc…

  8. Nachum Kligman on 03/29/2017 at 2:55 PM

    I think this can also work for Fundraising dinners, another way for the organizations to make some extra money.

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