Is scotch aged in sherry casks kosher?
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I am wondering if Annie’s organic cracker products are kosher? Specifically the cheddar crackers. There aren’t a lot of healthy organic kosher alternatives for my kids. Thank you in advance.
I just came across this website. I didn’t realize it was back up. I thought you all moved the Q&A to the Ohel Torah site where I saw your name on many responses. On that site, the responders claim Rabbi Abadi prohibits the use of cheese without a certification. You clearly hold differently. Could you […]
There is no brand name i see, take a look at the pictures that is the only info there is on the package. the wording that is blurry on one of the pictures i didn’t write what it says because it is just giving suggestions on how to use the product(eat as is, salad topping, […]
Robert Rothschild roasted pineapple & habanero glaze, delivered in error: Ingredients cane sugar, crushed pineapple (pineapple, unsweetened pineapple juice, ascorbic or citric acid) cider vinegar, water, roasted yellow bell peppers, red onion, green onion, roasted red bell peppers, Lemon juice concentrate, mango, roasted ouneapple, xanthan gum, habanero chile flakes, natural flavor
“The supplier of ShopRite brand shredded cheeses has made a decision to discontinue kosher supervision of the products they produce. As a result, all varieties and sizes of ShopRite shredded cheese will no longer display a kosher symbol on the package.” Do the cheeses remain kosher without supervision?
Almost all ShopRite brand shredded cheeses used to have a Tablet K hechsher. Received a bunch of the smaller sizes recently and noticed that they no longer do. Not sure about the larger sizes. Trying to find out if the cheeses lost certification or if this was a printing issue. ShopRite has so far not […]
Is Kirkland four-year-old Irish whiskey, which is a blended whiskey, acceptable without a hechsher or does it require one? Do we need to be concerned about blended whiskeys that they may contain wine?