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Jewish Food Mailing List Archive
Recipes, holiday menus, food preparation techniques, cookbook resources, restaurant reviews, and kashrut (kosher) guidelines. Other features included a recipe submission form and a section on humor called 'Kosher Komedy.'
Kashrut.com (Kosher Information Source)
This site offers information on keeping kosher. Included are consumer information on kosher products, resources for kosher travel, recipes, and numerous links to related sites. There are instructions on preparing a kitchen for Passover; you can receive e-mail notification of updates to the site.
Kosher Wine ... A Little History
This page from the Abarbanel Wine Company briefly explains what makes a wine kosher. It discusses the 'Kashrut' (dietary law) regarding wine and describes kosher procedures for wine production and handling. It also addresses the place of wine in Jewish homes and religious services.
OK Kosher Certification
Founded in 1935, the OK Kosher Certification is one of the world's most respected symbols of kosher approval.
For over 80 years the Orthodox Union has maintained the highest standard of kosher supervision. Today the OU certifies more than 660,000 products making it the world's most recognized and trusted kosher symbol.
STAR-K Kosher Certification has provided kosher supervision for over 50 years. The STAR-K was formerly known as the Orthodox Jewish Council of Baltimore/Vaad Hakashrus.
World Kosher Guide
United Kashrut Authority, based in Israel, offers a guide to information from manufacturers and supervision organizations.
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