The Kosher Companion

The Kosher Companion

A Guide to Food, Cooking, Shopping, and Services

Book - 1997
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Keeping Kosher in the 90s is a detailed handbook to the ever-growing world of kosher food and kosher products, one of the fastest-growing consumer trends in the food industry.

This is due to the growing number of health-conscious consumers who believe that the strict inspections required for kosher certification result in healthier, safer food. Additionally, 5.5 million American Moslems follow dietary laws similar to those of Orthodox Jews, and 800,000 American Seventh-Day Adventists are encouraged to follow the kosher dietary laws in the Old Testament.

This book explains the meaning of kosher and how to identify the variety of symbols used to designate kosher products. There are a wealth of tips on shopping for meats and poultry and identifying kosher products for vegetarians. Readers will find a selection of easy-to-prepare kosher recipes, as well as information on kosher wines, mail-order foods, and kosher hotels, restaurants, supermarkets, and caterers.

An important book for Jews andnon-Jews alike, Keeping Kosher in the 90s is a complete guide to the world of kosher shopping.

Publisher: Secaucus NJ : Carol Pub. Group, [1997]
Copyright Date: ©1997
ISBN: 9781559723978
Branch Call Number: 641.5676 Gar
Characteristics: x, 166 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm


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