kosher

[ US /ˈkoʊʃɝ/ ]
[ UK /kˈə‍ʊʃɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. food that fulfills the requirements of Jewish dietary law
ADJECTIVE
  1. proper or legitimate
  2. conforming to dietary laws
    a kosher kitchen
    kosher meat
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How To Use kosher In A Sentence

  • ‘Our wedding meal was the first kosher food we ever ate,’ recalled Sarah years later.
  • The consumer is advised to check this with the butcher to determine if the meat has been koshered.
  • Although he trained under an Orthodox rabbi in Israel, his Conservative ordination means the animals he slaughters cannot be certi fi ed as kosher by any supervising agencies. Sue Fishkoff: The New Jewish Food Movement: Jews Who Meet What They Eat
  • The Jerusalem Rabbinate also works each year to ensure restaurants and hotels receiving kosher certification from the Jerusalem Religious Council do not put up Christian symbols. Matthew Yglesias » War on Christmas Just Got More Fierce
  • We go do our stuff, we'll get up there in four, five days, it's all kosher. DESPERADOES
  • Muslims may not eat any food that has been sacrificed to idols, but kosher is fine.
  • We will not ban the production of halal or kosher meat.
  • Jewish mysticism teaches that non-kosher food blocks the spiritual potential of the soul.
  • In one block, you can take your pick of reasonably priced Russian, kosher Middle Eastern or Caribbean fare.
  • And he's the guardian and protector of our barbecue, to make sure that everything is strictly kosher.
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