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Food fit for consumption according to Jewish dietary laws, which cover ingredient restrictions, food preparation, and kitchen equipment.

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The title explains it all, is there a kosher substitute for blood sausage?* Blood sausage is not kosher due to the inclusion of blood, the consumption of which is forbidden by Jewish law. …
asked Jun 3 '16 by NoahM
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Jewish Law prohibits the mixing of milk and meat in cooking. However, butter, a milk product, is a kitchen staple for most cooked emulsions (eg. pan-sauces, sauces béchamels, or roux-based sauces). Wh …
asked Aug 10 '17 by NoahM
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I'm looking to find a pareve (non-dairy, non-meat) substitute for butter which lends a similar flavour and mouthfeel for baking. I would be using it to make something along the lines of a brioche (Fre …
asked Feb 18 '16 by NoahM