Kosher

Food that meets Jewish dietary restrictions.
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kosher

(`fit,` or `proper`), in Judaism, the fitness of an object for ritual purposes. Though generally applied to foods that meet the requirements of the ... [6 related articles]
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kosher

[adj] - (informal) proper or legitimate 2. [adj] - (Judaism) conforming to dietary laws 3. [n] - food that fulfills the requirements of Jewish dietary law
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kosher

[English words of Yiddish origin] conforming to Jewish dietary laws; (slang) appropriate, legitimate (originally from Hebrew כּשר kašer)
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Kosher

• (n.) Kosher food; also, a kosher shop. • (v. t.) To prepare in conformity with the requirements of the Jewish law, as meat. • (a.) Ceremonially clean, according to Jewish law; -- applied to food, esp. to meat of animals slaughtered according to the requirements of Jewish law. Opposed to tref. Hence, designating a shop, store, house...
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kosher

cosher adjective conforming to dietary laws; `kosher meat`; `a kosher kitchen`
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Kosher

Ko'sher adjective [ heb. koshër fit, proper.] Ceremonially clean, according to Jewish law; -- applied to food, esp. to meat of animals slaughtered according to the requirements of Jewish law. Opposed to tref . Hence, designating a shop, store, house, etc., where such food is sold or used.
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Kosher

Ko'sher noun Kosher food; also, a kosher shop.
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Kosher

Ko'sher transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Koshered ; present participle & verbal noun Koshering .] To prepare in conformity with the requirements of the Jewish law, as meat.
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Kosher

A wine made according to strict Jewish rules under rabbinical supervision.
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kosher

Conforming to religious law with regard to the preparation and consumption of food; in Judaism, conforming to the food laws (kashrut) of the Torah (as laid down in Deuteronomy and Leviticus) and the...
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kosher

Conforming to religious law with regard to the preparation and consumption of food; in Judaism, conforming to the food laws (kashrut) of the Torah (as laid down in Deuteronomy and Leviticus) and the Mishnah. Forbidden food is called trefah. For example, only animals that chew the cud and have cloven (split) hooves may be eaten; cows and she...
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Kosher

Fit for use according to Jewish law.
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Kosher

Fit; Proper. Foods permitted by Jewish dietary laws. (see also trayfah)
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Kosher

Food prepared according to orthodox Jewish laws.
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Kosher

food prepared in accordance with Jewish dietary laws.
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Kosher

Food that meets Jewish dietary restrictions.
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kosher

Items prepared in accordance with Jewish dietary law under the guidance of a Rabbi.
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Kosher

Jewish dietary laws that include permissible and restricted foods from one’s diet. These guidelines were set forth in the Torah, and later elaborated in postbiblical Jewish law. Animals with cloven hooves and who chew their cud are forbidden to eat, like pigs. Some explain that kosher laws exist for hygienic reasons, as well as symbolic reasons, l...
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kosher

kosher [Heb.,=proper, i.e., fit for use], in Judaism, term used in rabbinic literature to mean what is ritually correct, but most widely applied to food that is in accordance with dietary laws based on Old Testament passages (primarily Lev. 11 and Deut. 14). Kosher meat is the flesh of animals that ...
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Kosher

Kosher is slang for correct, legitimate.
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Kosher

Literally fit, proper or correct. Describes food that is permissible to eat under Biblical dietary laws.
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Kosher

Literally, “fit, proper or correct.” Describes food that is permissible to eat under Jewish dietary laws.
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Kosher

Meeting Hebrew religious laws, including, for meat, being sold within 48 hours after being butchered. Also a general term for the style of Jewish cuisine that meets the specific religious laws.
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kosher

Meeting the requirements of Jewish law with regards to the preparation of food (or ritual objects such as Torah scrolls.) See Kashrut.
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