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Bishul akum (bee-shool ah-koom) — lit., Cooking of idol-worshippers; "prestigious" food that has been cooked only by non-Jews
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Non-Jewish Cooks (Bishul Akum)
Bishul Akum: Prestigious Cooked Foods
Do not eat bishul akum (foods cooked by non-Jews under these...
Jewish Festivals: Asking Non-Jew To Turn on a Stove or Oven
Jewish Festivals: Asking Non-Jew To Turn on a Stove or Oven
You may directly ask a non-Jew to turn on a stove or oven for you....
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Microwave Ovens
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Microwave Ovens
As with conventional ovens, these factors determine kosher /non- kosher...
Peace in the Home (Shalom Bayit)
Shalom Bayit: Non-Observant Parents and In-Laws
Ba'alei teshuva often have problems with issues of kashrut...
Spicy/Charif Soaking: Long Enough To Be Cooked
Spicy/Charif Soaking: Long Enough To Be Cooked: Food and Utensil
Food soaked in brine, vinegar, or any spicy liquid for long enough to be...
Kashrut: Food Sold by Stores or Caterers
When Hechsher NOT Needed
Processed Food without Hechsher: Is It Kosher?   If a...

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