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Saturday, July 6, 2013

Things to Know About Kosher

Passing across main market streets, you may have come across the neon signs shouting Kosher Food Served Here, A Kosher Kitchen, etc.
Many of us must have guessed that the kosher term has something to do with the kitchen. However, for those of you who are still fluctuating, which may have a specific sense, we have a complete and detailed reply.

The term kosher food is prepared which should in strict accordance with Jewish dietary laws. Kashrut how this law is called, comes from the Hebrew word for good or maintenance. Any food that compliance with Jewish law or Halacha are called kosher food. On the other hand, food in general can not be described as strictly kosher Jewish. In other words, cholent, ball, Kreplach, Latke and Kishka typical Jewish dishes are not traditional kosher food if they are not prepared in accordance with kashrut.

Kosher important parameters

Ungulates, ruminants chewing mammals such as deer, sheep and goats are kosher, while pig and rabbit not.

Only certain birds such as chicken, duck, goose, turkey and are considered kosher in the United States.

Seafood or fish must have fins and scales kosher easily removable.

Fish and meat or milk and meat are not served at the same time.

Poultry and meat must be slaughtered by shechita kosher orientation, strict Jewish kosher qualified and trained animal killer.

Separate sets of dishes, pots, pans and utensils that come into contact with food must be kept in kosher kitchens. These dishes should be dried on racks or separate with separate towels.

For what must be called kosher food, we have to follow many other rules in addition to those listed here. However, the identification of kosher foods easier for the consumer, food packaging often carries a kosher Mark K on it. To select and order from our full range of certified K bakery products, visit our segment of New York cheese cake.

baker has so much to offer kosher food, chocolate cake Babka cake Blueberry Swirl, cookies, rainbow, cheesecake cherry swirl, and so on. For those who can not tolerate sugar, bakery Bruce now offers desserts without sugar. Cheese lovers of New York like me dare courageously continue to patronize their products.

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