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Jewish Recipes --> Kosher Recipes --> Kosher Cuisine from around the world

Kosher Cuisine can come from any culture and any part of the world (Kosher Chinese food or Kosher American food) as long as it follows the kosher laws. Consult your Rabbi if you have questions.

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Food for the Soul: There are three categories of kosher foods:

1)
Dairy Foods, such as cheese, milk, yogurt, ice cream, etc.

2) Meat foods, which includes all kosher animals and fowl slaughtered in the prescribed manner, and their derivative products.

3) Parve foods, using a Yiddish word meaning "neutral." These are foods that are neither dairy nor meat, such as
eggs and fish, tofu, nuts, seeds, fruits and vegetable, and the like, provided they are not prepared with any milk or meat products.

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