How do Jews eat kosher?
Jews eat kosher by ensuring all their food complies with the
laws of Kashrut. The easiest way is to ensure that all the food
they buy is under Rabbinical Supervision and that they don't mix
meat products and milk products. Kosher foods: * Animals needs
split hooves and to chew their cud and be slaughtered ritually *
Maritime animals (fish) needs fins and scales * Meat (and fowl) are
not cooked not served nor eaten with milk products (milk, cheese,
etc.) * Separate dishes are used for meat and milk
How do Jews know if their food is prepared following the laws of kashrut when eating in a restaurant?
Orthodox Jews will generally only eat in Kosher restaurants. Non-Orthodox Jews who keep kosher will generally only eat vegetarian or certain fish in restaurants. __________ For Orthodox Jews who only eat kosher, they will only eat in a restaurant that is certified kosher. Kosher restaurants will display their certification to the public. Meat restaurants will have a moshgiach (kashrut supervisor) on staff during operating hours. Dairy restaurants might also but it's not a requirement, most…