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Kosher

Jewish dietary laws

Hashgacha

Kosher food supervision

Mashgiach

Person responsible to oversee a food operation so as to insure its compliance with kosher law.

Basar/Basrei

Hebrew word meaning meat or meat food product

Challah

1) The portion of dough biblically mandated to be given to the Cohen (Jewish priestly caste) 2) Festive bread, often braided, used for the Sabbath and Jewish holiday meals.

Cholov/Cholvei

Hebrew word meaning milk or dairy food product

Chumetz

1) Any of the five biblical grains (oat, rye, barley, wheat and spelt) that have been exposed to water for more than eighteen minutes. 2) Any foods produced from any of the five biblical grains that have been exposed to water for more than eighteen minutes. 3) Any foods produced on equipment that has been used to produce anything from the five biblical grains that have been exposed to water for more than eighteen minutes.

Fleishig

Yiddish word meaning meat or meat food product

Glatt

Yiddish word meaning smooth. 1) Pertains to the smooth surface of an animal’s lung. 2) Often used in contemporary America to refer to a higher standard of kosher.

Kashruth/Kashrus/Kashrut

Pertaining to kosher

Kosherize/Kosherization

1) Process of cleaning and purging equipment so that the equipment can be used to process food in a kosher fashion 2) The de-veining, soaking and salting process used prior to consumption of kosher slaughtered meat.

Matzo/Matzah

Unleavened flat bread used on Passover

Mevushol

Lit. boiled. Usually pertains to the pasteurization of grape juice used in and of itself or for wine making.

Milchig

Yiddish word meaning milk or dairy food product.

Nikkur/Trayber

The process wherein certain forbidden fats and veins are removed from a kosher slaughtered animal prior to the soaking and salting process.

Parve

Food or equipment that is neither meat nor dairy.

Shochet

Certified ritual slaughterer

Shechita

Kosher slaughter method

Shmitta

The sabbatical year

Traife/trayfe

Not Kosher

Trumos and Ma’asros

Portions of food grown in the land of Israel that are either biblically or rabbinically mandated to be separated prior to consumption of the food.

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