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Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Waiting between Eating
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Waiting between Eating: Bread with Dairy, Then Meat
Situation You said ha’motzi over bread for a dairy meal....
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Waiting between Eating
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Waiting between Eating: Dairy after Meat
You may not eat dairy-containing foods directly after eating...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Waiting between Eating
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Waiting between Eating: Neutral/Pareve D or DE after Meat
If you can definitively ascertain that a food is or is not dairy from...
KASHRUT: DAIRY/MEAT: FOOD OF ONE GENDER FALLS INTO OPPOSITE FOOD
Dairy/Milk Food Falls into/onto Meat or Meat Falls into/onto Dairy/Milk Food
WERE BOTH FOODS LESS THAN 120° F ? YES ARE BOTH...
Kashrut: Common Milk
Kashrut: Dairy: Chalav Yisrael
Chalav Yisrael is milk or milk products for which the milking...
Kashrut: Common Milk
Kashrut: Dairy: Common Milk (Chalav Stam)
For milk to be kosher, it must come from a kosher animal. You may use...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Physical Separations
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Physical Separations: Washing Hands between Dairy and Meat
Situation You drank milk or ate solid dairy foods (such as...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Condiments
Cold Condiments Used for Dairy and Meat
B’di’avad , you may scoop out mayonnaise or mustard and...
Kashering: Dishwashers
Kashering a Dishwasher from Dairy to Meat, or Vice Versa
You may not kasher a dishwasher (even if it is stainless steel) from...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Dishwashers
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Dishwashers: Intentional Mixing of Utensils
You may not intentionally put a pareve utensil in a dishwasher that...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Dishwashers
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Dishwashers: Neutral/Pareve Item
You may not wash a neutral/ pareve dish in a meat or milk...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Microwave Ovens
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Microwave Oven Dishes
You may microwave a dairy food in a meat (or meat food in a dairy) glass...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Sinks
Sink Racks and Dairy/Meat
Two racks or other utensils, one dairy and the...
Introduction to Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Baking at Same Time
Introduction to Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Baking at Same Time
Five factors affect cooking separate pans of dairy and meat in an oven...
Introduction to Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Baking at Same Time
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Baking at Same Time: Both UNCOVERED and SPICY/Charif
Situation The food in two uncovered pans (one of dairy food, one...
Introduction to Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Baking at Same Time
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Baking at Same Time: Both UNCOVERED; One Is Spicy/Charif
Situation Two uncovered pans (one of dairy food, one of meat) are...
Introduction to Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Baking at Same Time
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Baking at Same Time: Liquid, UNCOVERED
Situation Two uncovered pans of food—one dairy, one...
Introduction to Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Baking at Same Time
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Baking at Same Time: Solid, COVERED
L'chatchila :  Do not bake separate pans—whether...
Introduction to Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Baking at Same Time
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Baking at Same Time: Solid, UNCOVERED
L’chatchila , you should not bake uncovered dairy and meat foods...
Dairy/Meat with Neutral/Pareve Pot or Pan
Eating Dairy or Meat Cooked in Neutral/Pareve Pot or Pan
If you ate meat, you may then eat neutral/ pareve food cooked in a...
Baking Neutral/Pareve and Dairy (or Meat) at Same Time
Baking Non-Liquid Neutral/Pareve and Non-Liquid Dairy (or Meat) at Same Time
Situation You bake non-liquid dairy food and non-liquid neutral/...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Separate Countertops
Separate Dairy and Meat Countertops
Ideally, allot separate counter space for meat and dairy so they do not...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Waiting between Eating
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Waiting between Eating: Children
Children of any age, even babies, should wait one hour between eating...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Waiting between Eating
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Waiting between Eating: Meat after Dairy
To eat meat-containing food after eating dairy food: Wait...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Waiting between Eating
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Waiting between Eating: Parmesan Cheese
Situation You eat Parmesan cheese. Status Before eating...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Waiting between Eating
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Waiting between Eating: Putting Dairy/Meat in Mouth
Situation You put into your mouth any amount of meat--even if you...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Baking Neutral/Pareve Foods in Dairy/Meat Pan
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Neutral/Pareve Foods in Clean Dairy or Meat Pan
Situation You cooked pareve food in a clean meat (or dairy)...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Pot Spatters ONTO Utensil or Empty Pot
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Pot Spatters: Outside of Utensil, Below Normal Food Line
Situation A hot or cold meat utensil is empty or contains meat...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat
See Kashrut: Dairy/Meat Combinations .
Kashrut: Fish/Dairy
Kashrut: Fish: Dairy and Fish Together
You may cook and/or eat dairy-containing and fish-containing foods...
Introduction to Kashrut: Dairy/Meat
No Eating, Cooking, or Benefiting from Dairy with Meat
You may not cook or eat dairy and meat foods together, even when they...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Physical Separations
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Physical Separations: Dairy and Meat on Table
Situation Two eat at the same table, one person is eating dairy...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Leniencies for Errors
Asking a Halachic Authority about Dairy/Meat Errors
The halachic category of dairy and meat errors, while extremely...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Spatters INTO a Pot of Food
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Hot Dairy Food Spatters INTO Meat Pot, or Vice Versa
Situation Hot dairy food spatters INTO a pot of...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Cutting Boards
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Cutting Boards
Situation You cut a spicy/ charif item of one gender on a...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Dishwashers
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Dishwashers: Accidental Mix-up
Situation After washing a load of utensils of one gender in your...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Drawers
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Drawers
Situation You find an eating or cooking utensil of one gender in...
Kashrut: Mitts (Oven)
Separate Oven Mitts for Dairy and Meat
Use separate oven mitts for each gender. Reason Oven mitts assume...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Microwave Ovens
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Microwave Ovens
As with conventional ovens, these factors determine kosher /non- kosher...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Pot Lids
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Pot Lids
Pot lids are treated as if they are utensils. Situation...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Refrigerators
Refrigerators and Hot Pots of Dairy/Meat
Hot pots on a refrigerator shelf with pots of the opposite gender that...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Sponges
Sponges and Dairy/Meat
Situation You inadvertently use a brush or sponge (hotter than...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Steam
Steam and Utensils of Dairy/Meat
Situation Steam of one gender touched a utensil of opposite...
Kashrut: Trivets
Trivets for Dairy and Meat
Use separate trivets for each gender. Reason A trivet assumes the...
Introduction to Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Baking at Same Time
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Baking at Same Time: Definition of Terms
“Solid,” or “non-liquid,” means food is...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Baking Neutral/Pareve Foods in Dairy/Meat Pan
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Neutral/Pareve Foods in Dirty Dairy or Meat Pan
Situation You want to bake neutral/ pareve food in a meat pan...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Baking Consecutively
Baking COVERED/UNCOVERED Dairy and Meat Consecutively
Situation You cooked food of both genders: In a...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: What Is a Spatter
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: What Is a Spatter
A spatter is single drops of a substance. Note In this website,...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Spatter Temperature
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Spatter Temperature
You may assume that a spatter of single drops is less than 120° F...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Pot Spatters ONTO Utensil or Empty Pot
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Larger Pot Spatters above Normal Food Line
Situation A hot, empty pot of one gender gets a...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Pot Spatters ONTO Utensil or Empty Pot
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Pot Spatters and Pareve
Situation Food of one gender spatters onto the...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Pot Spatters ONTO Utensil or Empty Pot
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Tiny Pot Spatters: Outside of Utensil, Above Normal Food Line
Situation The outside of a hot, empty pot of one...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Spills and Opposite Gender Utensil
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Hot Spills and Opposite Gender Utensil: Unused
Situation Hot food of one gender spills (falls into...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Spills and Opposite Gender Utensil
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Spills: Food onto Opposite Gender Utensil: Flow Chart
WERE BOTH FOOD AND UTENSIL LESS THAN 120° F ? YES What...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Utensils: Dry/Wet
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Utensils: Heat with Dry/Wet
Hot, clean, dry utensils of opposite genders, even if touching...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Soaked Together
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Soaked Together
For different genders of food being soaked together, see Taste...
Passover: Kashering
Passover: Kashering Pots and Utensils To Change from Milk to Meat (or vice versa)
You may make certain utensils kosher for Passover if they were...
What Is Kosher?
What Is Kosher?
By Sara-Malka (Diane) Laderman Kosher (Hebrew for...
How To Prepare Food in a Non-Kosher Kitchen
How to Prepare Food in a Non-Kosher Kitchen
BAKING IN NON-KOSHER OVEN An oven that has not been used...
Taste (Ta'am) Transfer: Spicy/Charif: Pressure
Taste (Ta'am) Transfer: Spicy/Charif: Pressure: Food Absorbing Taste of Utensils
When a spicy/ charif food takes on the gender of the cutting/squeezing...
Non-Spicy/Non-Charif Soaking: 24 Hours or More
Non-Spicy/Non-Charif Soaking: Transfers Taste to Utensil/Container
A non-spicy/non- charif liquid or food with any liquid (enough to pour,...
Introduction to Food Nullification: Utensils (Kashering)
Introduction to Food Nullification: Utensils (Kashering)
Food Nullification in Utensils: Torah-Law and Rabbinic Decree By...
Introduction to Taste (Ta'am) Transfer
Introduction to Taste (Ta'am) Transfer
Gender/Kashrut Status Transfer Foods and kitchenware (pots, pans,...
Kashrut: Alcoholic Beverages
Beer
All beer in the USA is kosher and does not need supervision. Many...
Introduction to Shavuot
Introduction to Shavuot
Shavuot ( Yom HaBikurim in the Torah) celebrates and commemorates...
Introduction to Forbidden Mixtures (Kilayim)
Introduction to Forbidden Mixtures/Kilayim
The limits of kilayim keep: Individual creations true to...
BUSINESS OWNERSHIP
Owning Business that Violates Torah Law
Owning a business that has any violations of Torah laws is forbidden....
Kashrut: Pet Food
Pet Food
Regular pet food is not asur b’hana’a except if it...
Hidur Mitzva/Mehadrin
Hidur Mitzva/Mehadrin
Almost all mitzvot may be enhanced by: Making them...
FORBIDDEN TO BENEFIT FROM (Asur B'Hana'a)
What Jews May Not Benefit From
Jews are forbidden from benefiting ( asur b’hana’a ) in...
SheHakol: Which Foods
SheHakol: Which Foods: Unrecognizable Foods
You must be able to recognize, from at least one piece, that an...
PETS
Pet Food If Forbidden by Torah
You may not feed your pet anything that Torah law says you may not...
Mezuza: Which Buildings Require
Mezuza: Buildings Regularly Used with a Person's Home
Mezuzot must be placed on any buildings used with a person's home....
Taste (Ta'am) Transfer: Spicy/Charif: Pressure
Taste (Ta'am) Transfer: Spicy/Charif: Pressure: Forgotten Gender
Situation You forgot the gender of a cut onion in the...
Baking Neutral/Pareve and Dairy (or Meat) at Same Time
Baking Challa at Same Time as Chicken without Sauce
Situation You baked challa with chicken, both uncovered, in the...
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...
Introduction to Food Nullification: Foods
Introduction to Food Nullification: Foods
Categories of Batel /Nullification Categories of nullification of...
Kashrut: Food Sold by Stores or Caterers
When Hechsher NOT Needed
Processed Food without Hechsher: Is It Kosher?   If a...
Kashrut: Cheese
Kashrut: Cheese: Jew at Time of Rennet
Cheese/ Gvinas Akum   Gvinas akum is cheese which has...
Shabbat: Mixing Hot and Raw Foods
Shabbat: Hot Soup and Cheese
You may not put cheese in hot (120° F--49° C—or more)...

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