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Ask the Rabbi - Reasons for Keeping Kosher - About Judaism
Rabbi Shraga Simmons answers a question about why Jews keep kosher. ... In Judaism are there any other reasons for observing the food laws? Answer.
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Traditional Foods for Hanukkah Celebrations - About Judaism
Like many Jewish holidays, Hanukkah has accompanying food traditions. Fried foods such as sufganiyot (jelly-filled doughnuts) and latkes (potato pancakes) ...
http://judaism.about.com/od/holidays/a/Hanukkah-Food-Traditions.htm
What is Jewish Cuisine? - Kosher Food - About.com
Answer: Kosher food is any food prepared in accordance with Jewish dietary laws. Jewish cuisine is the product of Jewish dietary laws, Jewish Sabbath laws,  ...
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Difference between Kosher Food and Jewish Cuisine - Jewish ...
What is the difference between Kosher Food and Jewish Cuisine? How do Jews relate differently to kosher food and Jewish foods?
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What are Jewish Dietary Laws? - Kosher Food - About.com
Answer: A person keeps kosher if he or she follows Jewish Dietary Laws. Jewish Dietary Laws are derived from Biblical laws and rabbinical extensions.
http://kosherfood.about.com/od/kosherbasics/f/jewishdietlaws.htm
What is Kosher Food? - About.com
Answer: Kosher food is food prepared in accordance with Jewish Dietary Laws. In their most "biblical" form, Jewish Dietary Laws state: Pork, rabbit, eagle, owl, ...
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Glossary of Jewish Cuisine - Kosher Food - About.com
This Glossary of Traditional Ashkenazic Dishes describes Jewish food favorites such as bagels and lox, blintzes, challah, cholent, gefilte fish, holishkes, knishes,  ...
http://kosherfood.about.com/od/glossaryofjewishfoods/
Kosher for Jews - Kashrut - Kosher Food - About.com
Jewish Dietary Laws (Kashrut) originated in the Bible (Torah). Over the centuries, the rabbis codified and interpreted these Biblical laws. Today liberal and ...
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Introduction to Jewish Kosher Cooking and Dietary Laws
"Kosher" literally means "fit," and in the case of food, refers to food that is prepared in accordance with Jewish Dietary Laws. The rules and regulations regarding ...
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How a Shiksa Learned to Cook Jewish Food - Eastern European Food
Jewish food ? Well, I come by it honestly. I inherited the gene from my mother. Mom was a goye , a shiksa . There wasn't a Jewish bone in her body, yet she ...
http://easteuropeanfood.about.com/od/flavorsofeasterneurope/a/jewishfood.htm
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