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AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue # 25 April 11, 2012

AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue # 25 April 11, 2012

Two Crown heights foodies started a kosher meat and deli business is now adding a specially made sausage for the passover holiday that started Friday at sundown. in the history of Passover Jews didn’t have the luxury of eating sausage. Pork sausage is always prohibited under Jewish law, other types like chicken and turkey are [...]

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Alan Dershowitz Sees Potential in “Curb” Episode

When I blogged about Larry David’s brilliant “Palestinian Chicken” episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm, I focused on the role that the yarmulke played in that episode and didn’t really get into the meatier (get it?) issue that chicken can potentially play in Israeli-Palestinian relations. I figured someone would find value in that comical episode and try [...]

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From Mashgiachs to the new Jewish food movement: “Kosher Nation” by Sue Fishkoff

When you choose to purchase a jar of peanut butter with a hecksher on it or kosher chicken, you become one of the final elements in the long journey that the particular foodstuff undertook in order to be certified as kosher. It can be easy to take this process for granted when you are receiving [...]

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The Process of Koshering a Chicken

Slaughtering animal following Jewish laws is a skill that requires in-depth knowledge of the Jewish Dietary Laws. Koshering a slaughtered animal is considered by many as the most humane way of killing animals. To become a kosher butcher, one must practice and learn this skill very well for a couple of years before becoming certified. [...]

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Kosher Chicken – What Makes a Chicken Kosher or Not?

While eating kosher is based in the Jewish faith many embrace it for the fundamentally healthy aspects of it.  Kosher food is prepared in facilities that are constantly inspected.  The preparation is carefully monitored and there are no contaminates permitted.  Kosher chicken is an example of a meat that goes through a process that takes [...]

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Kosher Foods – What Exactly Does Kosher Mean?

Kosher is a term used to describe the acceptableness of certain foods and drinks to people that are Orthodox Jews.  Kosher foods can come from any of the food groups as long as the proper procedures and protocol have been followed.  A food thought to be kosher may suddenly be non kosher simply because it [...]

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Kosher Meats – What is Kosher and Why?

There is a wide range of meat producing animals that are considered kosher.  In the most basic interpretation an animal is kosher if it is cloven hoofed and chews its cud.  That would mean that cows, deer, and goats are all candidates to produce kosher meats.  It also means that some cloven hoofed animals such [...]

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Kosher Recipes – Kosher Recipes Made Easy

Kosher food preparation can be a little bit tricky at times, considering all of the things that must be done to keep it “kosher”.  While it can be tricky, there are a lot of recipes out there to help you do it more simply than if you were trying to adapt non-kosher recipes and make [...]

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Binyamina White

Emerald Riesling 2006 semi-dry, Binyamina white wine, from the ‘Teva’ series. Kosher Lemehadrin Characteristics: Pleasant floral aromas with a delicate fruity finish. Wine production process: After pressing the must fermented at a temperature of 10?C- 12?C in order to retain the natural aroma of the grapes. It was bottled after a clarification and filtering period. [...]

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How to Keep Kosher: A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding Jewish Dietary Laws

Publisher: William Morrow “Traditional Judaism injects sanctification into the ordinary habits of everyday life.Keeping kosher helps us pause and think about what we eat, and how we eat it, and elevates the act of eating.” What does it mean to keep kosher? Many may be familiar with the basics: no bacon, no shrimp, no cheeseburgers. [...]

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A Taste of Tradition: Pesach - Anything’s Possible!

Tamar Ansh Publisher: Targum Press Tamar Ansh, renowned cookbook author and member of the IACP (International Association of Culinary Professionals), has done it again in this exquisite collection of over 350 exciting and varied non-gebrochts and gluten-free dishes. With stunning, full-color photos and user-friendly, step by step instructions, this cookbook will allow you to create [...]

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