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Kosher Snacking: Nothing Lacking
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The work involved in certifying potato chips is no small potatoes! Join Rabbi Aharon Brun-Kestler, an OU Kashruth Rabbinic Coordinator with special expertise in the snack industry, for a journey behind-the-scenes at kosher snack manufacture. Although there are challenges to meet, you can count on the OU in a “crunch.” Listen and learn! If you […]
We Came, We Saw, We Kashered: The Story of a Unique Cheese
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Change that steam! Torch that pipe! Check that milk! Expect the unexpected as you hear about the manufacture of the first exclusively-OU Chalav Yisrael product ever: Ricotta Cheese. Rabbi Avrohom Gordimer, a Rabbinic Coordinator with OU Kashruth with special expertise in dairy productions, provides his eyewitness account of this adventure in kosher production. If you […]
Yashan: Are There Gray Areas about Grain Areas?
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How could detente with the Soviet Union effect the kashrus of your home? What kashrus distinction could there be between a crunchy pretzel and a chewy pretzel? These questions and more are answered by Rabbi David Gorelik, a Rabbinic Coordinator with OU Kashruth with special expertise in Yashan flour production. “Yashan” has reference to the […]
At the Bedrock of the OU: The Ingredient Approval Process
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Control of ingredients is crucial in the reliable certification of products. What raw materials are allowed inside an OU factory? Is there an OU method to determine the difference between “fit” and “unfit”? In an eloquent and comprehensive presentation that will delight both the ear and the mind, Rabbi Yerachmiel Morrison, Director of the OU […]
The Whole Whole-Grain Kosher Story
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“If it’s all natural, it must be all kosher.” Many people believe this; the truth is quite the opposite! Join Rabbi Yisroel Bendelstein, a Rabinnic Coordinator with OU Kashruth with extensive experience in the baking industry, as he explains the ins-and-outs of kosher granola manufacture. Granola is a deceptively simple product; prepare to be surprised! […]