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Glatt (glaht) — lit., Smooth; glatt meat comes from a kosher, 4-legged animal with no raised lung lesions. Applied to mean a high level of kosher (even when absurd, as in glatt chicken, fish, or lettuce!)
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Kashrut: Meat: Non-Glatt
Non-Glatt Meat for Sefardi Guest
Non- glatt meat at an Ashkenazi house doesn’t necessarily...
Kashrut: Meat: Non-Glatt
Non-Glatt Meat Utensils
Cooking kosher , non- glatt meat in a utensil does not render that...
Hidur Mitzva/Mehadrin
Hidur Mitzva/Mehadrin
Almost all mitzvot may be enhanced by: Making them...
What Is Kosher?
What Is Kosher?
By Sara-Malka (Diane) Laderman Kosher (Hebrew for...

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