are these ok to eat?
My Dear Haham, I was intrigued by your reply to a recent question regarding use of digital stove top settings on yom tob. Your reply was as follows: “That whole concept of only taking from an existing flame is completely misunderstood. I can elaborate at a later date. Please remind me after the Pesach madness. […]
If I’m looking at a vegan product for year-round, what are the potentially-problematic ingredients to look out for? I presume vinegar, but anything else? I want to be able to decide for myself and know what to look for rather than post here every time I see something without a hechsher. Thank you so much.
Have a question. I am about to construct another mikvah.. I don’t want it to be as labor intensive as the first one… Can a pool liner be used? Or is it considered a Keli? I struggle with that because it’s a piece of plastic… If so is it a Keli […]
Ingredients: Oats, Cane Sugar, Tapioca Syrup, Canola Oil, Brown Rice, Millet, Blueberries, Honey, Buckwheat, Amaranth, Brown Rice Flour, Quinoa, Sea Salt, Vanilla Extract, Natural Flavors, Brown Rice Syrup, Vitamin E (Tocopherols To Maintain Freshness).
Is this kosher Sephardic Ingredients: Salted chili peppers (chili peppers, salt), water, fermented soybean paste (water, salt, soybean, wheat flour), fermented broad bean paste (broad beans, water, salt, wheat flour), sugar, modified corn starch, chili pepper powder, dehydrated garlic, soybean oil, lactic acid, disodium 5′-inosinate and disodium 5′-guanylate as flavor enhancers.
Limon lays chips Potatoes, Vegetable Oil (Sunflower, Corn, and/or Canola Oil), Limon Seasoning (Maltodextrin [Made From Corn], Salt, Citric Acid, Sugar, and Natural Flavors [Including Natural Lime Flavor])
Hi is the strawberry açaí refresher from Starbucks kosher for Passover – And the ingredients for the base are listed as water, sugar, white grape juice concentrate, citric acid, natural flavors, natural green coffee flavor, fruit and vegetable juice, and rebaudioside A (which is basically a form of Stevia)