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Section 6:
Jewish Dietary Law and Kashrut

  1. What is Kosher? Doesn't a rabbi just bless the food?
  2. How can I learn about Kashrut? Is there a "Kosher" FAQ?
  3. There are a wide variety of kosher symbols. How do I learn who's behind them?
  4. I'm going to be in (insert city here). How do I find the kosher restaurants?
  5. Do I need to have a kosher kitchen and kosher home to keep kosher?
  6. I have heard that Polish Orthodox Jews wait 6 hours between eating milchig and fleishig and Dutch Orthodox Jews wait about an hour. Why?
  7. Why do Sephardim and Ashkenazim have different customs regarding permissible foods on Pesach (Passover)?
  8. I'm a vegetarian health-food proponent. Is kosher food healthier?
  9. Is vegetarianism kosher?
  10. What process is involved in Kosher Slaughter?
  11. I work in a prison, and I have an inmate that is demanding Kosher Food? How do I know if his claim is justified?
  12. What are the issues involving Filet Mignion?
  13. Why don't Jews eat Pork?
  14. Would the laws of Kashrut prevent Mad Cow Disease?
  15. Is Monkfish Kosher?
  16. Why do Jews separate Milk and Meat?
  17. Must Jews use wine?
  18. Are there parts of a kosher animal that cannot be eaten?
  19. I have a friend coming over that keeps Kosher. What do I do?

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