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What is Kosher?

Kosher is defined by the Jewish dietary laws (collectively known as Kashrut) that govern what and how observant Jews eat. Basic rules include not mixing any dairy and meat products, only consuming properly processed meat (kosher meat and fowl include beef, lamb, chicken, turkey and duck). All shellfish are prohibited, as all seafood must have fins and scales. For a more detailed explanation of kosher, visit:

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