This website presents foods that are ok for Pesach even without certification. There is no magic trick. No rabbi blesses the foods. Many of us have this distorted notion that they must ask a Rabbi, get an approval, or otherwise cannot eat the food on Pesach. there is nothing farther from the truth. the only thing […]
Jolly Rancher Hard candy. Made by hershey in Canada. Ingredients: corn syrup, sugar, contains 2% or less of: Malic Acid, Natural and Artificial flavor, artificial color (red 40, yellow 5, blue 1, yellow 6), Mineral Oil, Lecithin (Soy). The manufacturer website faq has a message about the product’s vegan status and says it is NOT […]
Despite stam keilim being eino Ben yomo, why are we not required to use kashered cookwear when dining out? Similarly, if I rent an airbnb that comes with cookwear, do I have to kasher the cookwear before using it?
If I wanted to keep glatt kosher, how would I go about doing it? My understanding is that “glatt” is just a marketing term and doesn’t actually mean anything when they write it on the hechsher (eg chicken is labelled as glatt). How would a kosher consumer in America go about not relying on the […]
It is the only vanilla flavoring at our local market and would like to know if it’s kosher The ingredient list: 1. Monopropylene Glycol E1520 2. Water 3. Artificial vanilla flavoring 4. Colour E15d ALCOHOL FREE Product of Malta (EU)
Ingredients:apricots,high fructose corn syrup,peaches, vinegar,water ,modified corn starch. This chart does not have an OU. If you still at one time. I do not know what source the vinegar is from. Can we use this?
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 […]