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thatveganwhiterose · an hour ago
Aren't humans on a 'higher plane of existence' than animals? Isn't kosher slaughter inherently humane? There's literally nothing in Judaism that says we should feel empathy for animals lmao
“A higher plane of existence”. If you wanna provide receipts of that, feel free. I know that it’s a societally acceptable thing to think non-humans are lesser than humans, but as we learn and grow we can change that.
Even so, that doesn’t justify needless harm of any being. How backwards.
I’m not gonna sit here and claim I’m an expert in all Jewish texts but I specifically remember learning about things such as “feeding and watering animals before humans” and other such rules. Now if that’s rabbinical law or interpretation, or if god said to do that directly then again I couldn’t say.
But it is what I’ve learned from Reform, Conservative and Orthodox sects.
Also you can never kill someone humanely. How can you say that about a being who clearly doesn’t want to die? That’s so backwards and apathetic.
Now idk if you are Jewish, or just being a troll but nowhere in laws of Kashrut that I’ve ever read or known about talks about trying to be “humane” or minimize pain. It’s just about how to prepare animals, blessings, the rules of what kind of animals are affectable, etc.
We cannot reach tikkun olam if we don’t stop killing animals needlessly.
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msdixiemiami · 18 hours ago
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Kosher Food Q&A
Many people love to have food at a Kosher restaurant instead of other ones. It helps them in making sure they are consuming properly prepared food with complete cleanliness. Some people don’t have complete knowledge about kosher food and want to learn everything. In the following details, you can get answers to some common questions.
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What Is Kosher?
The kosher term is used for the food that is prepared by following Jewish dietary laws properly. In the Jewish food laws, you can get complete details about the food preparation and consumption methods. Along with it, the law also has complete details about the method of inspecting the raw food to prepare meals.
Is Kosher Food Available Only For Jewish People?
After understanding the right meaning of kosher, everyone comes up with confusion that kosher food is available for other people or not. In reality, kosher food can be consumed by anyone. It is not necessary to be a Jewish follower for consuming kosher food. It is also a fact that more than 80% of kosher consumers are people who don’t understand Jewish dietary laws properly. It is the only fact by which the popularity of such kind of food is increasing day by day.
Is It Easy To Find Kosher Food Or Related Restaurants?
Yes, it is too easy for everyone to get kosher food. You can easily find these types of restaurants in your locality. But, while choosing a restaurant, you need to make sure it is kosher certified. You can also avail of Kosher food delivery services.
What Is Really Kosher Certified?
Some people are facing misunderstandings and misconceptions about the term kosher certified. Mainly these people think kosher-certified restaurants or people are blessed by a rabbi. In reality, it is not. Kosher-certified people specialize in preparing kosher food and aware of all the guidelines and restrictions regarding food preparation. For taking care of all these things, there are specific kosher organizations formed by communities. These communities deal with the chefs and give them authorities or certifications.
What Are Kosher Consumption Guidelines?
According to the Jewish dietary law, people should consume or eat food by following proper guidelines. The followings are some major guidelines.
·People should not consider a combined meal of dairy and meat products. In case you want to eat both types of meals, you need to put some time gap, such as – leap to another meal.
· People who are interested in consuming pareve food can consider some combinations with other types of food items, such as – meat and dairy.
·  In the law, fish is considered as pareve food. You cannot consume this particular pareve item with meat products.
These are key guidelines that you need to take care of while consuming kosher food.
What Are The Guidelines For Kosher Food Preparation?
In the case of Kosher food near me  preparation, you have to focus on several factors.
· Everyone needs to make sure they are using different utensils for preparing different types of food products, such as – meat, dairy, and pareve.
· You cannot use the same water for washing utensils that are used for preparing meat or dairy food items.
· Pareve food items are categorized as neutral ones. In case you prepare pareve food in the utensils of meat or dairy product, pareve food’s category and type are also changed.
While preparing kosher food, you need to keep these things in mind clearly.
Is There Any Law For Meat Slaughtering?
Yes, in Jewish law, everything is cleared and strictly guided for each and every step of preparing food. When it comes to meat products, the chef needs slaughtered meat. For this particular task, you cannot consider anyone. According to the law, it will be processed by a certified individual only. This kosher-certified person for meat slaughtering is known as Shochet.
How Can I Find Kosher Food Restaurant?
If you are fond of consuming kosher food and looking for a good Kosher restaurant, you should pick the option of online sources. On the internet, you can find out multiple restaurants. While choosing one option, you should consider the kosher certified only. There are many kosher restaurants available online that can deliver food directly to your home. 
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jewishtommycoolatta · 21 hours ago
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so glad everyone in the hlvrai fandom is gay and understands the importance of turning the low polygon funny improv characters into hot men. i dont think i could deal with having to see a cishets interpretation of gordon "dilf" freeman
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stephanie-landon · 22 hours ago
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Strawberry cheesecake babka for Shavuot! Recipe on the blog, link in bio. https://stephanielandon.wordpress.com/2021/05/12/strawberry-cheesecake-babka/ #shavuot #baking #dessert #sweettooth #kosherfoodie #jewishfoodie #kosherfood #jewishfood #jewishrecipes #kosherrecipes #kosher #koshercooking #kosherkitchen #kosherfood #instagood #foodie #yum #foodphotography #foodgasm #foodlover #foodpics #foodpic #foodstagram #foodblogger #foodblog #feedfeed #chefsofinstagram #cook #chef #instayum #food https://www.instagram.com/p/COy7RH5NuRl/?igshid=1c55cz2j3dtge
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chefjoseesoto · a day ago
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Duck Tartare, Apple/Caper/Thai Chili Salsa Verde, Pickled Red Onion, Crispy Duck Skin #duck #tartare #duckie #kosher #kosherfood #koshercooking #kosherworld #koshereverything #kosherkosher #kosherfoodie #iDontKnowAnyything #quitebangingfoods <--Coming Soon https://www.instagram.com/p/COyRvrhFbjY/?igshid=1r5j9en5xmrv0
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koshernext · a day ago
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Koshernext is an excellent and easy to use cloud based software for kosher certification agencies that are looking to automate the process of kosher certification. Combining mobile and web based access for Masgiachs and company employees, it provides seamless access to all Schedule A and Schedule B data as well as allows for Rabbi's to schedule appointments as well as create ticket/inspection reports. For the best Kosher software please Contact sales@koshernext.com or call 817-381-6280. koshernext.com
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koshernext · a day ago
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Koshernext is an excellent and easy to use cloud based software for kosher certification agencies that are looking to automate the process of kosher certification. Combining mobile and web based access for Masgiachs and company employees, it provides seamless access to all Schedule A and Schedule B data as well as allows for Rabbi's to schedule appointments as well as create ticket/inspection reports. For the best Kosher software please Contact sales@koshernext.com or call 817-381-6280. koshernext.com
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unwritrecipes · a day ago
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Nan-e Barbari (Persian Flatbread)
It’s been relatively quiet on the bread front around here lately. Not that I haven’t made any but just that I’ve been cycling through a bunch of our tried and true favorites, so I’m especially excited to share a new version with you today—this addictively chewy and golden Nan-e Barbari, aka Persian Flatbread.
It is absolutely wonderful and while it does require a couple of rises, the beauty part is that bakes up in just about 5 minutes!
And you don’t have to wait until it cools to tear it apart and dig in! Perfect for when patience is lacking!!
Ok, so let’s get started—Once you’ve mixed up the dough and let it rise for the first time, you punch it down and divide into four pieces (or 2 if you want really huge breads—I just find it easier to work with the smaller sizes)
Then roll it out and let rise again.
Meanwhile you place a pizza stone or upside-down baking sheet into the oven and let it get insanely hot! That’s the key to baking up crisp but chewy loaves!
Now you brush the dough with oil
And use your fingers to make little dimples all over to catch all that lovely oil.
Finally, you top the whole shebang with flaky sea salt or sesame seeds or whatever strikes your fancy and bake!
Minutes later you’re rewarded with the freshness of hot baked bread—sort of like a cross between focaccia and flatbread.
Wonderful on its own
Or topped with this Israeli chopped salad
Or hummus
Or anything you can dream up! Happy baking!!
Nan-e Barbari (Persian Flatbread)
Makes 4 small or 2 large flatbreads
Prep Time: 20 minutes; Rising Time: 1 hour and 30 minutes; Bake Time: 5-7 minutes
Ingredients
2 ½ teaspoons active dry yeast
¼ cup sugar
2 ¼ cups warm water
5 cups bread flour, plus extra for rolling out
2 tablespoons canola or grapeseed oil
1 tablespoon kosher salt
Scant ⅓ cup extra-virgin olive oil
Flaky sea salt, sesame seeds, poppy seeds for topping (optional)
The Recipe
1. If you have a stand mixer with a dough hook, now’s the time to use it. Otherwise you’ve got to do some kneading by hand. Place the yeast and sugar in the large bowl of the mixer and whisk together well. Whisk in the water and let sit for about 5 minutes, until the mixture looks a little bubbly. Attach the dough hook. Add the flour and oil and mix for 5 minutes. Add in the kosher salt and mix for another 5 minutes. The dough will look a little shaggy but this is ok. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and place in a warm spot to rise for 1 hour, until doubled in size. (If you don’t have a mixer you can mix the dough by hand—the process will just take longer).
2. While the dough is rising, line 2 large rimmed baking sheets with parchment paper and dust them both with a little flour. Set aside.
3. Once the dough has risen place one of the oven racks in the lowest position and preheat to 500ºF. Place a pizza stone or an upside down baking sheet on the rack and let it get crazy hot.
4. Punch down the dough and turn it out onto a floured board or clean surface. If the dough seems too sticky to work with, add a little more flour and flour your hands as you work the flour into the dough. Divide it into 2 or 4 equalish pieces and use a floured rolling pin to roll the pieces into ¼-½-inch oblong rectangles and use a bench scraper or spatula to help transfer the dough to the prepared baking sheets, spacing them evenly apart if using 4 pieces. Cover each sheet with a slightly damp towel and let rise again for 30 minutes.
5. Brush the dough with the oil all over and then use the tips of your fingers to make lengthwise indentations all down and across the length of the dough. Sprinkle with the sea salt and any other toppings you want to use.
6. Bring the trays near the oven. Carefully lift the parchment with the dough onto the preheated baking sheet or pizza stone (it’s hot). Let cook for 5 minutes, then check. If bread is golden all over, remove it from the oven. Otherwise cook for another minute or two, checking often so that it doesn’t burn. Let bread cool on a wire rack and bake the second batch.
7. This is best eaten on the day it is baked but also pretty wonderful reheated for a few minutes. Store leftovers well wrapped in the fridge for a few days.
Enjoy!
Note: Recipe adapted from Eating Out Loud by Erin Grinshpan. The original recipe calls for 4 1/2 cups of flour but every time I’ve made it that way, I’ve had to add at least 1/2 cup more because it was too sticky to work with. I increased the flour to 5 cups, but you might even need more—use your judgement. I also swapped in canola for the grapeseed oil because that’s what I more regularly have on hand.
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batavrahamvsara · a day ago
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my kosher meal of the day - a still-in-progress 3 veggie kugel that i heavily experimented with, will update in 40-45 business minutes
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There’s people out there looking at Abigail Shapiro and can only think of one thing:
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feralfens · 2 days ago
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this just occured to me while im drawing techno and this is probably dumb and im not jewish however i gotta ask: is technoblade kosher? like cause hes a pig right and like i know theres a thing about sentience and a soul and like pigs arent kosher cause theyve got the cloven hooves, they dont chew their grass(idk how to spell the right word) and such, but like does that just go to eating or can it mean other forms of consumption?
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tophomeguide-1 · 2 days ago
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jewishtommycoolatta · 3 days ago
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queeryiddishkeit · 3 days ago
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@sialiasnest​ Thank you! Yeah, I’m anticipating that cabinet space will become an issue, particularly since we don’t have a separate pantry? I have some ideas though.  That’s very good advice; we’ll talk on it tonight and try to come up with a routine. I imagine figuring out how to handle it now/expecting it’ll happen at some point will make it much easier to handle in the moment. @ulspi for some reason it’s not letting me tag you or add your comment, but if you see this, thank you! I’m going to check out Ikea for the thing you mentioned. 
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jewishtommycoolatta · 3 days ago
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koshernext · 3 days ago
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Koshernext is an excellent and easy to use cloud based software for kosher certification agencies that are looking to automate the process of kosher certification. Combining mobile and web based access for Masgiachs and company employees, it provides seamless access to all Schedule A and Schedule B data as well as allows for Rabbi's to schedule appointments as well as create ticket/inspection reports. For the best Kosher software please Contact sales@koshernext.com or call 817-381-6280. koshernext.com
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koshernext · 3 days ago
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Koshernext is an excellent and easy to use cloud based software for kosher certification agencies that are looking to automate the process of kosher certification. Combining mobile and web based access for Masgiachs and company employees, it provides seamless access to all Schedule A and Schedule B data as well as allows for Rabbi's to schedule appointments as well as create ticket/inspection reports. For the best Kosher software please Contact sales@koshernext.com or call 817-381-6280. koshernext.com
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anotherjumblr · 3 days ago
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Chapter 6 Pas, bishul, chalav akum part 2, Bishul and chalav
Bishul akum, how to create bishul yisroel, convection ovens, chalav akum and stam
Bishul akum is food cooked by a non-Jew. The rabbis enacted bishul akum to prevent assimilation. The gezeirah of bishul akum was accepted across the board at the time of creation, so there was never any need to create bishul “palter”.
Food capable of becoming bishul akum:
Foods that cannot be eaten raw (this changes per location and per time period) - examples of foods that can be eaten raw: fruits, some vegetables, nuts, milk, cheese, and foods that are already cooked and only to be heated
Foods that are fit to be served at an upscale wedding or state dinner - examples of unfit foods: cold breakfast cereal, snacks, cold sardines, coffee and tea
How to create bishul yisroel (food cooked by a Jew)
Ashkenazim: the exact same procedure for creating pas yisroel (see the previous post)
Sephardim: bet yosef. It’s not enough to have that minimal participation - the Jew needs to place the food into the oven him/herself, or the Jew needs to stir the food in the pot on the stove, or turn over the food in the oven, at the beginning of the cooking process.
If a bishul akum question comes up, Step One should always be to turn the oven off and then on again, and then Step Two is to call the supervisor. Maybe the food can be saved.
Convection ovens
Problem: every time you open a commercial convection oven, the fan and heating elements shut off for safety.
Some hashgachas install a security feature bypass in the door. This obviously voids the warranty and comes with safety issues. If this is not done:
The door needs to be closed by the mashgiach every single time, or
If the oven remains sufficiently hot, can be closed by any of the staff
It’s a good idea to open and close the doors to the convection ovens occasionally throughout the day as a precaution.
Chalav akum and chalav stam
Chalav akum is milk milked by a non-Jew without Jewish oversight. It was enacted because there’s a danger that non-kosher milk gets added to the kosher milk.
Chalav stam is a famous leniency introduced by Rav Moshe Feinstein in countries with strong governmental oversight in this area. In the US, the FDA is very strict on not having any other milk added.
To chassidim, chalav stam is chalav akum and not permitted.
What is DE?
Pareve foods made on dairy equipment. It should not be eaten during a meat meal, but can be eaten directly after as dessert. This does not belong in a meat restaurant due to the potential confusion this may cause.
However, can one eat DE if one keeps chalav yisroel (milk with Jewish oversight)? Chassidim do not acknowledge the existence of DE, it is chalav akum and therefore not permitted.
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