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The Simple Kosher Diet : The Tastiest Kosher Recipes to Make at Home
by Molly Mills




Overview -
Kosher simply means foods that are permissible or appropriate to eat. According to the laws of the Torah (i.e the first five books of the bible) in order for you to be able to eat some certain kind of meat; it must have been slaughtered by a "Schochet," a ritual slaughterer. This is because Jewish law does not permit animals to suffer when being slaughtered for eating. The food is then to be blessed by a priest or rabbi. Kosher foods are divided into three categories meat (this includes both animals and fowls of the air), dairy (this includes all foods derived from, or which contain milk) and the last, but certainly not the least pareve (these are foods that do not belong to either meat or dairy e.g. eggs, vegetables, grains, pasta, etc.).

The kosher diet is followed mainly by Jews, it is part of kashrut, which is the Jewish religious dietary laws. This cookbook contains most of the pertinent information about the kosher diet and gives details on permissible meat, dairy, and pareve options while listing out some really delicious recipes you can use to spice up your diet. All you have to do is grab this cookbook and get started

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Overview

Kosher simply means foods that are permissible or appropriate to eat. According to the laws of the Torah (i.e the first five books of the bible) in order for you to be able to eat some certain kind of meat; it must have been slaughtered by a "Schochet," a ritual slaughterer. This is because Jewish law does not permit animals to suffer when being slaughtered for eating. The food is then to be blessed by a priest or rabbi. Kosher foods are divided into three categories meat (this includes both animals and fowls of the air), dairy (this includes all foods derived from, or which contain milk) and the last, but certainly not the least pareve (these are foods that do not belong to either meat or dairy e.g. eggs, vegetables, grains, pasta, etc.).

The kosher diet is followed mainly by Jews, it is part of kashrut, which is the Jewish religious dietary laws. This cookbook contains most of the pertinent information about the kosher diet and gives details on permissible meat, dairy, and pareve options while listing out some really delicious recipes you can use to spice up your diet. All you have to do is grab this cookbook and get started


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  • ISBN-13: 9781072854890
  • ISBN-10: 1072854899
  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • Publish Date: June 2019
  • Page Count: 128
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.44 pounds


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