In Judaism, dairy and meat are kept completely separate. Those who can afford it may have two kitchens, one for dairy food preparation and one for the preparation of foods containing meat.
Not everyone has two kitchens, some have two fridges and two ovens. Some just have two sets of everything (dishes, pots and pans, etc) but only one oven and fridge.
Jews have to have separate kitchens in their homesAnswer:Only the very wealthy would have two kitchens. In reality, a Jewish kitchen looks just like anyone else's. We just have two sets of pots and pans, cutlery, cooking utensils, etc.
It's because meat and dairy are kept separate at all times.
No, but they can if they want t.
The main kitchen and two specialty kitchens.
The Palace of Versailles was the home of the French royal family. It had nine separate kitchens. A famous replica was built near Orlando.
Hinduism is a religion, not a person. Hinduism and Judaism are two completely separate religions with Jews belonging to Judaism.
Religious Jews worship with separate areas for men and women.
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Most do not have two. I've been in lots of Jewish houses, Orthodox, Reform, Conservative, and Hassidic, Ashkenazic and Sephardic, rabbis and laity, wealthy and poor. I've never been in one that had two kitchens. But ...The Jewish laws that require separating Passover cooking from every day cooking would be much easier to keep if you could just close off your every-day kitchen during Passover, and close it off outside of Passover. And it might be handy to have a separate dairy kitchen distinct from your meat kitchen in order to simplify keeping meat and dairy foods entirely separate. That ends up arguing for 3 or 4 kitchens, but the few genuinely wealthy Jews I've known always seemed to have something better to spend their money on than extra kitchens.
Because they dont like to mix their dairy and meat products together. :)