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It’s Dairy. And Parve. Sort Of. In a Way…
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Some foods just can’t make up their minds! If I prepare a parve food in a clean dairy utensil, it’s treated like dairy in some ways and parve in others…so now what do I do? Join Rabbi Avrohom Gordimer, a Rabbinic Coordinator with OU Kashruth possessing unparalleled expertise in dairy products, as he explores the […]
Kosher Fish
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Kosher Fish by Rabbi Chaim Goldberg - A discussion of contemporary kashrus issues pertaining to fish. This presentation is the second of the Harry H. Beren ASK OU OUTREACH Kosher SKYPE series of shiurim to Kollel Beth HaTalmud in Melbourne, Australia.
The Mesorah of Kosher Birds and Animals
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This shiur is the first of a series of Harry H. Beren ASK OU OUTREACH Shiurim conducted via Skype with the Kollel Beth HaTalmud of Melbourne Australia from OU headquarters in NYC. The shiur was coordinated together with the Rosh Kollel Rav Binyomin Wurzburger and the Program Director Rabbi Yisroel Greenwald. It was conducted on Thurs. November 29th at 5:00PM NYC time which was 9:00AM on Friday morning November 30th Melbourne time. Close to 100 people were in attendance in Melbourne.
The “DE” Foods: Can a Product be “Sort” of Parve?
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Perhaps the question most frequently asked of the OU is, “Does this OU-Dairy product actually contain dairy?” This question is of particular interest to those observing supra-legal kashrus stringencies with respect to dairy products. Join Rabbi Binyomin Geiger, the public face of OU Kashruth on the OU Hot-Line, as he discusses this deceptively complex topic. Find out if ingredient panels can assist the curious consumer, and learn once and for all the reasons the OU does not put “DE” on its labels!
What’s Cooking With Kosher Tea?
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You may want us to “leaf” you alone, but there really are kashrus issues with tea! Rabbi Akiva Tendler, a Rabbinic Coordinator with OU Kashruth, masterfully weaves together the Torah and the technology of tea manufacture. Enzymes, acid, rice—all kinds of kashrus surprises are in store, so come “oolong” with Rabbi Tendler.