is this product kosher ?
Here is the source for saying Tehillim. I know it is difficult to accept, but it is unfortunately true. The Gemara and Shulchan Aruch say it is not allowed. Rabbi Abadi was very against it. You can study Tehillim. That is different, but saying it to help sick people is prohibited.It is based on Christian […]
This year is a NIDCHEH, which means the fast day was postponed. The actual fast day would have been Shabbat, and we don’t fast on Shabbat, so it was postponed to Sunday. It has the same level of stringency as the other fast days, like Taanit Esther and Tzom Gedalia. You should not fast if […]
Just wanted to take a moment to thank you for all you do. My wife and I find preparing for Pesach gets harder and harder the older we get. Despite the fact that we simplify and streamline our Passover preparations every year, it always comes down to the wire. Your down-to-earth counsel and advice helps […]
Is this kosher for passover? i see in 2020 you said it was kosher however on the list this year it only says skippy plain and reduced fat doesn’t specify if this version is as well ingredients Roasted Peanuts, Sugar, Palm Oil, Salt.
If one of the 5 species of grain (or it’s a majority kitniyot species) is listed in the ingredients, but water is not one of the ingredients in a product, would the product be considered chametz (or kitniyot that’s prohibited to eat)?
Kirkland (Costco) sells canned Oceans’ Wild Sockeye Salmon with ingredients sockeye salmon and salt. Is it kosher for pesach? Similarly they sell canned Ocean’s Wild Pink Salmon, with ingredients Pink salmon and salt.Is it kosher for pesach? Both have an OU.
Hi rabbi , k for p? Filtered Water, Organic Arrowroot Flour, Organic Almond Flour, Organic Coconut Flour, Organic Psyllium Husk Powder, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Organic Black Chia Seeds, Yeast, Organic Maple Syrup, Pink Himalayan Salt, Organic Olive Oil