Cavendish Simply Homestyle Potato Wedges Kosher for Passover?
If a wine is completely machine-made, can it be kosher without a hechsher? (I’m asking because kosher-certified wines are quite expensive here, sometimes double the price of their non-hechshered counterparts.) Thank you Rabbi, for everything you do. We’re very happy the website is up and running again. Chazak U’varuch!
Corn Syrup, Sugar, Milk Chocolate (Sugar, Chocolate liquor, Milk, Cocoa Butter, Soy Lecithin, Sunflower Lecithin, Vanilla), Popcorn Butter (Cream [milk], salt), Water, Almonds, Cashews (with Peanut and/or Cottonseed Oil), Honey, Brown Sugar, Salt, Soy Lecithin, Natural Flavor (with Propylene Glycol, Water, Ethanol), BHA/BHT in Corn Oil
Eating at a non-kosher Chinese restaurant can be difficult. Culturally they’re often not as forthcoming on clarifying what is or is not vegetarian. Often they’re mom and pop operations and possibly there’s a trust issue. but let’s say you get past all that and you go to a chain store or a larger more established […]
You mention a list of cheeses that are as sour cream or cottage cheese. What are they. And Tillamook cheese doesn’t use animal rennet but is produced on west coast has no kosher mark bit on east coast does. Is it kosher.
It is easy to confirm that the soup is vegetarian. If it contains cheese, you need to specify that the cheese is one of the approved type cheese on the second sheet of the year-round kosher list and that the Renet is not from animals. In any restaurant, supermarket, chain, or large store, you can […]
Everyone asks about gelatin, how can you say that products are kosher if they contain gelatin?! The answer is that although today’s kashrut industry policies consider gelatin a problem since its usually made from meat, in truth and from Halacha it’s not a problem. There’s a famous ruling from the Achiezer (RAV Chaim Ozer ) […]
Hi Rabbi, Is this kosher? Ings: Whole wheat, raisins, wheat bran, sugar, brown sugar syrup, salt, barley malt extract. Vitamins & Minerals: Potassium chloride, iron (ferric orthophosphate), vitamin A (palmitate), niacinamide, zing (zinc oxide), vitamin D (cholecalciferol), vitamin B1 (thiamine mononitrate), VItamin B12 (cyanocobalamin), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride), folic acid. Thank you.
Here’s a typical Italian menu. The biggest issues at Italian restaurants are confirming that everything that you will eat is vegetarian, especially the renet in the cheese. You can ask the waiter and if he’s not 100% sure, have him ask the chef. Be aware that many people mistakenly think that cheese with animal renet […]