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Ground Beef

  • Focus on Ground Beef Questions about "ground meat" or "hamburger" have always been in the top five food topics of calls to the USDA's Meat and Poultry Hotline. Here are the most frequently asked questions.
Kosher Beef

London Broil

Pot Roast:

Vegetables and Beef

Kosher Meat

Brisket
Chopped Liver
Corned Beef

Different Cuts of Beef

Kishke

What is Glatt Kosher Meat?

London Broil

Meatballs
 


Kosher Wine

 
Milk products and meat products may not be eaten together in the same meal, much less cooked together.

Jewish law thus mandates a set of 'fence' laws that prevent this from happening; cooking meat and milk together is prohibited, even if it is not eaten, eating milk and meat together is prohibited even if they are not cooked together, and no benefit can be attained from such activity; for instance, one cannot even serve meat and milk together to an animal.

Sept 2005 - 2013 - Kosher Recipes - Kosher Cooking - Jewish Cooking - Jewish Recipes - Jewish Foods