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What is Kashrut? Part 1

Keeping kosher is not too scary and it doesn’t have to be overly complex. There are some basic rules and some more complex rulings around keeping kashrut. If you are starting from never keeping kosher before, I highly recommend going slowly and learning the law THEN taking on the action. Over the next few posts, I will lay out the basic definition of kashrut and the rules. We can do this together! Keeping Kosher Does Not Mean It’s Been Blessed By A Rabbi. I get that question all the time… so your......

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Chocolate Hazelnut Double Chocolate Brownies (Under $5!)

Ok, I ‘stole’ this recipe from SCJohnson.com but I just LOVED it! It is simple and cheap and will make you look like a rock star.  Ingredients: 1 store-bought brownie mix (I like Duncan Hines dark chocolate mix… OU Parve) 16 dollops of chocolate-hazelnut spread (i.e. nutella. Now if you are allergic to hazelnut like moi, you can use peanut butter instead or almond butter… lots of options here folks!) 1 cup of chocolate chips Directions: •    Preheat the oven as directed by the recipe or the box. •    Lightly grease an......

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Kosher tip #1
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February 22, 2012

Kosher tip #1

This is my favorite tip! I always tell anyone within hearing distance, whether they keep kosher or not, when berries come up. Strawberries in particular tend to get small white worms. Gross. I know. Totally gross. BUT that is why this tip is so great. When you get your strawberries home, slice the tops off (the green) and slice them in half. Then take a mixing bowl and fill it with water and just a touch of dish soap. Soak your strawberries for 10 minutes or so. Time is free-form here. Take......

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Let the kosher adventures begin – Black Bean Salad

Okay folks, let’s start with something simple. How about a parve salad alternative for your shabbis table? I love this recipe. I discovered it on my new obsession, Pinterest. I have altered it slightly for my tastes and through trial and error. This is a great fresh dish and packed with protein. Black bean and avocado salad Serving Size: 6-8 Ingredients 2 15-ounce can black beans, rinsed and drained 3 ears fresh corn, cooked, cooled and kernels cut off the cob (Frozen corn works very well for this when corn is out......

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