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Posted by Kosher San Diego Delivery At Your Door on Thursday, January 7, 2016






What is Kosher?

The term “kosher” was adapted from a Hebrew word meaning “fit and proper.” It’s used to describe foods that are prepared in accordance with specific biblical Jewish dietary laws. Contrary to popular belief, food does not have to be blessed by a rabbi to be considered kosher. The production process simply has to be overseen to make sure non-kosher items are not used.

Through the years,  kosher products has become internationally recognized by people of many races and religions as a guarantee that their dietary concerns have been met. People with specific health concerns, such as lactose intolerance, also rely on kosher products to avoid dangerous allergic reactions.  During passover, people that eat gluten-free foods can find more foods without gluten.  In addition, many health conscious people are seeing the benefits of the quality control and lack of additives in kosher foods. These people include vegetarians, who look to kosher food for a variety of options that exclude meat, poultry, fish and dairy. The kosher food, with the monitoring and care it represents, stands for so much more than just dietary law to today’s consumers.

Kosher is not only in meats and dairy products.  For example:

Checking of Lettuce for Infestation/  What is the system in place for ensuring that the lettuce served is checked to be free of infestation? Is every head of lettuce checked? Are they checking only the first 3 heads from the case? Is prepackaged Kosher certified lettuce being used? Is the person checking the lettuce adequately trained?


{Please note:  The food packaging is sealed when brought to your door}


What is a Shiva Call? 


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shiva_(Judaism)


SPECIAL DIETS:


Why are foods that are Kosher Parve are good for people who are lactose intolerence?


Definition: Parve is a Hebrew term (pareve is the Yiddish term) that describes food without any meat or dairy ingredients.  If you see the word parve on the food item then you can be reassured that their is absolutely no dairy in this food item.


Why are Passover foods good for people who are on gluten-free diet?  

During passover, people that eat gluten-free foods can find more foods without gluten because during this holiday Jewish dietary laws forbid eating foods with gluten.






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