Unanswered | Answered

Kosher Food

Parent Category: International Cuisine
Kosher food is food that meets Jewish dietary laws. Any food can be called kosher food if it adheres to Jewish law. Foods that are considered Jewish aren't necessarily kosher. Kosher food laws are rather extensive, some are derived from the bible and others through rabbinic interpretations over the years.
A kosher slaughter's assistant who stamps kosher carcasses.
The Bible lists twenty categories of birds, such as cormorants,owls, as well as bats (which are not taxonimcally-speaking birds).However, in terms of actual species, these count for thousands ofindividual species; for example, there are over 1,200 differentspecies of bats. Leviticus 11:13-19: (NIV)...
No, because that means they're not following the kosher rule.
They generally stamp their foot, mutter "Shoot!", make up their mind to be more careful in the future, and perhaps spend a few extra minutes studying a Judaic subject, or make a small charitable contribution, as a gesture of repentance and re-affirmation of their resolve to be more careful. ...
Many people break their fast on honey cake which is traditionally eaten on Rosh Hashana and during the high holy days. There are no specific foods that are eaten after the fast, you can eat anything you like.
There are no explanations about the kashrut laws. It's a Divinecommand,like the interdiction against killing. Answer 2 Your Question is wrong. Jews can eat ONLY cloven animals(Deuteronomy 14), but not all cloven animals. The permitted onesare listed there. The prohibition for Jews to eat swine,...
Religiously observant Jews will not eat any food that is not kosher. The core rules of kashrut (dietary laws) are: . Land animals must have split hooves and chew their cud. . Fish have to have scales and fins. . Birds cannot be amongst those listed as forbidden in the Torah and cannot be hunters...
one symbol is a U inside a circle. Another is a K inside a star.
Challah rises because yeast is added to the dough.
Cows are by nature kosher because they chew their cud and have cloven hooves. Front or back is no issue, but how the cow is killed does affect whether its meat is considered kosher - the idea is to drain the life blood out of the meat in the killing process (in ancient times thought to be both...
You can make yourself sick on any diet if you ignore balance andmoderation. There is nothing about the food laws practiced during Passover ...nothing added or prohibited ... that is necessarily stressful or harmful to any aspect of goodhealth. Answer: The main thing you will want to bear in mind...
The practice of not eating dairy products with meat comes from the Torah prohibition against cooking a kid (baby goat) in its mother's milk. The exact quote is: "You shall not boil a young goat in its mother's milk" (Exodus 23:19) The reason for this prohibition is humanitarian. The practice...
Nothing. Just regular kosher English foods.
Yes, they are kosher dairy (not chalav yisrael).
If an animal is not Kosher, it cannot breed with an animal that is Kosher. So, if it is unknown if an animal is Kosher or not, some try mating the two animals. If the female becomes pregnant and gives birth, the "unknown-kosher" animal must be Kosher, because it was able to mate with another kosher...
There are two options for Passover, you can cook food for your pets or you can purchase kosher for Passover pet food. Please see the related link for a list of approved pet foods.
It depends on what is being cooked. It can also depend on whether the home keeps kosher or not. Answer: Usually meat is purchased after having been koshered and needs no further preparation. If any cut of unprepared meat is purchased, it is koshered (see Related Link). Liver is roasted over...
Some synagogues do, but some don't.
Kosher information should be on the box.
During Pesach (Passover), the ownership and consumption of chametz is strictly prohibited to Jews (Exodus ch.12); sostrictly that the penalty for doing so is karet , spiritualexcommunication from God. Chametz is any product made from one of the five grains (wheat,barley, spelt, rye and oats)...
Have you tried refrigerating them (for about an hour) before you cook them?
Physically -- the jury is still out. Spiritually -- yes.
To be kosher, a fish must have fins and scales (Leviticus ch.11). So for example salmon has both and is kosher. Some eels, however, are not because while they have scales they have no fins. The sanitary reason is that fish without fins tend to be bottom dwellers and bottom dwellers, like lobsters,...
The majority of medications do not require a hechsher. If you are not sure about the status of a specific drug, it is best to check with your rabbi.
The lower part of a cow - and other domestic animals (note that the following laws do not apply to wild animals such as deer) - can be kosher, but only when prepared in strict accordance with shechita , the laws regarding animal slaughter. During a process known as porging , certain fats known...
It is glycerine that comes from vegetable sources.
Yeah,they are people you know...i am sure they know how to read, they also know how to read.
There is no prohibition against eating kosher meat during Shabbat.The reverse is true; it's expected that meat be eaten during thetwo main Shabbat meals. On Passover, Jews cannot eat leavened bread (whereas they can atother times of the year). Shabbat does not mirror this. The samekosher rules for...
Kosher beverages are those that are made or prepared according to Jewish requirements.
salt water symbolises the tears of the israelites.
If it's a kosher animal slaughtered according to Halakha (Torah-law), then what remains forbidden are the sciatic nerve, certain lumps of fat in the abdomen, and the blood.
During passover it really depends how religious the family is. Traditionally, you eat matzoh, a piece of lamb still on the bone, bitter herbs, Charoset (a spread made from apples, cinnamon and nuts), horseradish, and anything that doesn't have yeast or any leavening agents in them. These are only...
Yes, it is kosher because it has fins and scales.
Matzah is unleavened bread. Matzah crackers are cracker sized pieces of matzah.
An appropriate menu for a Hindu child would be a vegetarian one. Easy vegetarian foods popular among three- and four-year olds include grilled cheese and peanut butter and jelly.
Keeping kosher includes not eating pork, some fish, and a few other animals based on restrictions. You don't keep the food kosher, it just is. However, even if food was kosher, it can become non-kosher. To keep already kosher food kosher, avoid circumstances where the food will come into contact...
In Leviticus 11, God tells us what we are allowed to eat. Surprisingly, giraffe is kosher, because it has a split hoof and chews the cud.
They're expected to, but this depends on how religious they are.
Yes -- IF all the ingredients used in making the bread are kosher, and none of the utensils or ovens have been used for non-kosher foods (or they have been ritually purified by a competent rabbi after such use), and the bread was not baked on the Sabbath or one of the Biblically-ordained Holy Days,...
There is no such thing as `Jewish tea`.
Kosher refers to any food that is produced following the Jewishdietary laws which are called kashrut. The core rules of kashrutare: * Land animals must have split hooves and chew their cud. * Fish have to have scales and fins. * Birds cannot be amongst those listed as forbidden in the Torahand...
Yes, potatoes are kosher as they're a plant. However, if they're cooked in a non-kosher kitchen or non-kosher foods are mixed with them, they will be rendered non-kosher.
Yes, but the fish have to have fins and scales
Acts 11:1-18 tells of how Peter had a vision in which he saw four-footed animals of the earth, wild beasts, reptiles, and birds. He heard a voice saying "Get up, Peter. Kill and eat." Peter objected, saying that he had never eaten anything impure or unclean (and did not intend to do so). The voice...
The term Glatt kosher (although it is often used colloquially to mean "strictly kosher") literally means "smooth," and properly refers to meat where the lungs have absolutely no adhesions (i.e., scars from previous inflammation), thus there was never even a question of their not being kosher.....
Only liberal Jews.
There is no specific food prescribed for such a celebration.However, there is usually a big feast. Usually traditional, kosherJewish food is served.
The "OU" on food packaging (the letter U inside a circle) is the kosher symbol of the Orthodox Union. It is one of the most popular kosher symbols in the United States. Many Orthodox Jews who only eat kosher food will only buy products with this symbol.
Religiously observant Jews will only eat kosher food.
A small glass of alcohol before a meal to stimulate the appetite.
Many animals are not Kosher. Jewish prohibits eating any animal that does not chew its cud and have split hooves. Furthermore a fish is only Kosher if it has fins an scales.
Jews do eat; they are not phantoms, but actual, flesh and blood humans.
Only if kosher ingredients are used, including the chicken parts, and cooked in and with a pot and utensils only used for kosher meat cooking.
Passover is celebrated during the middle of Nisan, which occurs between the last week of March and the third week of April.
The Bible states which foods are clean or unclean in Leviticus 11 and other parts. However, some Rabbis bless food to make it "kosher." __________ Food is NOT made kosher by being blessed by a rabbi. Around the world there are kashrut organizations that supervise commercial food producers to...
Church officials should not be the ones to decide what is kosher. God tells us in Leviticus 11 what is kosher.
No, they are not. If you have more questions about what is kosher, read Leviticus 11.
In order for fish to be kosher it has to have scales and fins. Dolphins do not meet this requirement and therefore are not kosher. If you take the approach that a dolphin is a mammal so therefore the rules about fish don't apply, mammals have to have split hooves and chew there cud so yet again,...
Only if it's made with kosher ingredients
We can't eat dairy and meat together or within a certain time-spanof each other. We can not eat predators, fish must have fins andscales, mammals must have split hooves and chew their cud. The listof birds we can't eat is listed specifically in the Torah(Deuteronomy ch.14), so when a previously...
food that we eat _________________ Religiously observant Jews will only eat kosher food. Kosher refers to the rules of food preparation and consumption and is NOT a style of food.
Kosher is the title given to foods that have been handled and processed according to the Mosaic law passed down the generations from when God spoke to Moses. The kosher process is detailed and, depending on the rabbinical tradition followed, can be very strict as well. Within the United States and...
Sure, so long as it's kosher sushi, made from kosher fish. (Most vertebrate fish, but not all, are kosher. Invertebrates like squid or shellfish aren't.)
Religious Jews will only eat kosher food. The laws of kashrut tell us how to prepare kosher food.
A bar mitzvah meal is not a religiously prescribed meal such as the seder which is part of Passover, however, a bar mitzvah generally does include a party, so people do indulge in a feast of some kind.
If - like me - you live in an area with few or no other Jews, kosher-for-Passover matzah can be quite difficult to find. Some supermarkets stock them if there's even a small local Jewish population, but if you have no shops specialising in kosher goods you may have to buy it through mail order. ...
1. no meat with dairy 2. no pork 3. meat must have kosher slaughtering and the blood must be removed 4. no insects. Insect-prone foods must be checked. 5. no shellfish There are other additional rules, such as the boiling of wine, the prohibition of certain types of boned fishes and all...
Not kosher: Hoki (macruronus novaezelandiae) also known as Blue Hake. Yes kosher: Hakes (Family Meriucciidae), including: Hakes (Merluccius species), Silver hake or whiting (Meriuccius bilinearis), and Pacific hake or meriuccio (Meriuccius productus). Answer: Here is the key: IF IT HAS ...
Yes, just like any cod. Cod is a kosher species of fish, regardless of where any individual specimen was raised or caught.
the answer is i dunno HAR HAR ; 0
Not traditionally, but it can be with kosher ingredients. Additionally, the preparer should be careful not to use meattoppings if the pizza has dairy cheese (since this would beviolating the rules of meat and milk separation). If the pizza ischeese-less or uses non-dairy cheese (such as soy cheese)...
Many drinks are kosher. You need to be much more specific. As a general guideline, provided they do not have unusual non-kosher substances (such as natural colorings or flavorings made from non-kosher animals or pork fat products for improved fatty taste), most drinks are kosher. Assuming no...
It depends on the brand. However, even brands of real mustard that are certified kosher for Passover are still kitniyot.
"Kosher" applies to the Jewish laws regarding what one is allowedto eat, and what not. The specific laws are very detailed, and are unique to differentkinds of foods. Jews must eat kosher foods as listed in the Torah(see Deuteronomy ch.14). These are explained in detail in theTalmud-volume of...
Kashrut certification is when a company that produces food gets certified by a recognized Rabbinic organization that monitors the preparation to confirm that all ingredients and processes follow the rules of kashrut.
Yes, all species of tuna are kosher.
The Muslims have their own way of slaughtering animals for food.Where that is not available, they may eat kosher food. They may eatHalal food cooked by the Jews and the Christians.
I do not think you can get Krill Oil tablets that are kosher as Krill Oil is extracted from krill, an ocean crustacean that very closely resembles shrimp but is smaller in size and Kosher fish does not include shellfish.
Jews who eat only kosher food do not eat shellfish. Biblical qualifications for edible fish to be kosher are they must have fins and scales, and shellfish do not.
Usually not, but dogs, even those owned by Jews, are not themselvesJews and are therefore not under the requirement to eat kosher.
100% pure beef. Kosher hot dogs are made from kosher meat which does restrict the cuts of meat that can be used. You can find kosher hot dogs made from beef, veal, chicken, and turkey. They do contain the normal seasonings found in hot dogs including nitrates.
Normally, Coca-Cola (a kosher beverage) is made with corn syrup, however the Coca-Cola which is labeled as kosher for Passover (usually with a yellow cap), which you may see in the supermarket around passover time, is made with sugar instead of corn syrup. This is because Jews do not eat any...
Orthodox Jews usually have 2 sinks to keep meat and dairy separateat all times.
If it has a Kosher symbol on it, yes it is definitely Kosher. However, if it only contains for instance Anchovies and no crab or shrimp in the sauce, for all practical purposes it "could" be considered Kosher, despite lacking the label. You make the call. Answer Unfortunately, there is no...
Yes, salmon is a kosher fish.
Homemade Matzoh 2 cups all-purpose flour 1 cup wholewheat flour spring water Preheat oven to 450 F. Line two large baking sheets with parchment paper. Mix two flours together and add water until you have a soft, kneadable dough. Knead about five minutes. Let dough rest a couple of minutes....
No, Long John Silver restaurants are not kosher.
It's called a bagel
No. Tongue is a separate meat.
Bird's Custard Powder is kosher and parev. Instant, Instant Low Fat, and Ready To Serve are all kosher but dairy (not chalav yisrael).
America Runs On Dunkin