This is the second class inspired by Rabbi Yehoshua Lewis, founder of Olami affiliate Mesorah NJ, addressing myths held by outsiders of Judaism. The Olami Resources Chaburah, using materials from the Morasha Syllabus and elsewhere, prepared this shiur with Rabbi Lewis. The goals of this class are to: 1)
In this post, we want to present you with five guides to Pesach products and related resources. We are certain that this post will be useful to bookmark to access everything from one page and be able to best serve your congregants and students. The first guide is the Chicago Rabbinical Council (CRC) Guide to Passover for
Is it possible to process meat that is technically kosher meat if schechted properly, but be prohibited for other reasons? This question is discussed by Rabbi Aryeh Lebowitz regarding veal in a class, Is Veal Kosher. Veal is produced from a baby cow that has very tender meat. The reason the meat is so tender is not only
KASHRUS Magazine is giving away up to 1,000 FREE one year subscriptions (value $25) to people anywhere in the USA who begin keeping kosher in 5776 (September 2015—September 2016). KASHRUS Magazine, the periodical for the kosher consumer, informs the public on the latest in kosher news. "We want to enhance
This page offers links to a multitude of websites, online tools, blogs, and more that you or even a student who is a real Foodie will find informative! Kosher Symbols Common Kosher Symbols Kashrus Websites Kashrut.com Great links to Kosher Food Articles. Kosher Spirit Kosher Spirit tantalizing recipes and new innovations in the area of... Read more »
The word “kosher” is universally used to denote that which is proper and meets accepted rules and standards. In Judaism, the term kosher applies specifically to food, Torah scrolls tefillin and mezuzot, and can even be applied to the acceptability of witnesses. Its most common use today, of course, is in regard to food, which... Read more »