INSIGHT: To D or not to D – That is the question!

Double your Kitchen!

Double your Kitchen!

“Don’t cook a young animal in the milk of its mother.”

These words are the basis for the rules for keeping Kosher. In a Kosher kitchen, meat foods are kept completely separate from milk foods, and meat and milk are never cooked or eaten together.

Now you know why Kosher kitchens have two sets of dishes, pots, pans…some people even have separate salt and pepper shakers – one for meat and one for dairy!

Shazak insight

To D or not to D – That is the question!

Have you ever seen the little letter “D” next to a kosher symbol on food packaging?

No… it doesn’t stand for “Dessert,” “Delicious,” or “Dumb,” (because of all those calories and unhealthy ingredients).

It’s “D” for Dairy.

It’s a great warning – letting us know not to eat this food with meat. BTW: It also helps everyone – Jews and non-Jews alike – who are “lactose intolerant” (allergic to dairy products).

QUESTION – Why do most Non-Dairy Coffee Creamers have a D next to the symbol? (Remember: Shazak does not always supply you the answers.)

Geared for Kids... Great for Adults!

Geared for Kids... Great for Adults!

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