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third-person singular of kosher
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to make kosher
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In accordance with standards or usual practice

Is what I have done kosher with Mr. Smith?.

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food that fulfills the requirements of Jewish dietary law conforming to dietary laws; "kosher meat"; "a kosher kitchen"
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{f} make kosher, prepare in accordance with Jewish dietary laws (also kasher)
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To prepare in conformity with the requirements of the Jewish law, as meat
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Conforming to Jewish dietary laws
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Meat sold within 48 hours after being butchered in accordance to Hebrew religious laws The style of Jewish dietary cooking
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A word meaning 'fit' which describes any food that is killed and prepared according to laws laid down in the Jewish scriptures
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A set of Jewish dietary rules specified in the Hebrew Scriptures and practiced by many Jews
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Jewish dietary laws and ritual practices
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Permitted to eat according to Jewish Dietary Laws
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proper or legitimate
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This describes food that is fit or proper for Jewish people to eat Sometimes the word 'clean' is used
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Derived from the Hebrew word "kasher," which means "proper" or "pure " Kosher foods conform to strict Jewish biblical laws pertaining to the type of food eaten, the kinds of foods combined in one meal, and how an animal is killed
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Kosher foods conform to strict Jewish biblical laws pertaining to the type of food eaten, the kinds of foods combined in one meal, and how an animal is killed
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Kosher food; also, a kosher shop
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{s} kosher, clean, fit to be eaten (according to Jewish dietary laws); (Informal) proper, good (also kasher)
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Something that is kosher is generally approved of or considered to be correct. Acting was not a kosher trade for an upper-class girl
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- a product is classified as kosher only if it carries an appropriate mark, symbol or declaration to that effect
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1 Kosher "fit," used of anything in the sense of "proper" or "good " 2 Iin reference to food, used to mean complying with the requirements of Jewish dietary laws
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Prepared in accordance with Jewish religious practices
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Opposed to tref
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conforming to dietary laws; "kosher meat"; "a kosher kitchen"
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 Food and drink that meets the requirements of the dietary laws (kashrut)
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To prepare in conformity with the requirements of the Jewish dietary law
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Hebrew for "fit" or "proper " In Judaic culture, kosher refers to the proper methods of food preparation and the dietary laws governing its consumption Kosher or non-kosher can refer to the very nature of certain foods, as well as the various combinations thereof For example, pork is not kosher and shellfish is not kosher Beef is kosher as long as the animal is slaughtered properly, and cow's milk is kosher But the mixing of meat and dairy products is never kosher "Keeping kosher" is important, not only because it would seem to address some apparent health issues, but because certain foods are associated with certain cultures (the goyim, or "the foreign nations") Also, the mixing of certain foods is not unlike a metaphor for cultural, ethnic and religious assimilation For the orthodox Jew, the experience of assimilation is like that of exile; it is nothing short of a loss of identity
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Hence, designating a shop, store, house, etc
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~ That which is permissable to eat by biblical and rabbinic standards Most notably precludes pork, shellfish, and any combination of milk and meat products
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food that fulfills the requirements of Jewish dietary law
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Something, especially food, that is kosher is approved of or allowed by the laws of Judaism. a kosher butcher
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'Ritually correct'; said particularly about food consumption and food preparation 'Ritually correct'; said particularly about food consumption and food preparation
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{i} food which is fit to be eaten according to Jewish dietary laws (also kasher)
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(meat) Meat sold within 48 hours after being butchered in accordance to Hebrew religious laws The style of Jewish dietary cooking
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to meat of animals slaughtered according to the requirements of Jewish law
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Food prepared according to Jewish dietary laws
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Ritually fit
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Foods deemed fit for consumption according to the laws of KASHRUT The verb, to make kosher, is "kasher "
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food that fulfills the requirements of Jewish dietary law conforming to dietary laws; "kosher meat"; "a kosher kitchen" proper or legitimate
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Made according to a complex set of Jewish dietary laws Does not imply VEGAN in any case Does not imply OVO-LACTO VEGETARIAN in any case Even KOSHER products containing milk products may contain some types of animals which are not considered 'meat'
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J permitted food
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where such food is sold or used
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Ceremonially clean, according to Jewish law; applied to food, esp
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