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Archive: March 2011

FREEZE DRIED CRUNCHIES NATURAL SNACKS

Posted on March 31, 2011

THIS IS NOT A PASSOVER PRODUCT Crunchies offers 32 delicious products. All of the product is kosher (Kof-K), organic, wheat free, gluten free, preservative free, additive free, non GMO and the fruit snacks are fat free. The product comes in regular size and in one fruit serving “Munch Pak.” Munch Pak flavors include: Pineapple, Cinnamon Continue Reading »

KASHERING YOUR DISHWASHER FOR PESACH

Posted on March 30, 2011

RESPONSA FOR OUR TIMES “Kashering” a Dishwasher for Pesach – by Rabbi Re’eim Hacohen, Rosh Yeshiva and Chief Rabbi, Otniel Question: How can a dishwasher be made kosher for Pesach? Answer: The first thing that is necessary is to understand how a dishwasher works. The typical dishwasher has two baskets where the dirty dishes are Continue Reading »

OPERATION PESACH

Posted on March 29, 2011

The email version of Operation Pesach is now open for business. For just about any and all Pesach questions, you can send email to: op@utj.org operationpesach@utj.org operationpassover@utj.org The hot line will open later on, next month, but the email section of OP is now open.

KOSHER CARE PACKAGES FOR PESACH

Posted on March 28, 2011

Passover begins Sundown April 18 Free shipping on our two most popular Passover gifts Order your Kosher For Passover Gift Basket or College Care Packages now. Supplies are limited. Orders will be shipped from April 4-April 8. We will be closed for vacation from April 11-April 26. We wish you all a zissen Pesach! Kosher Continue Reading »

COSTCO GOES ALL OUT FOR PESACH

Posted on March 25, 2011

FROM KOSHER TODAY Costco Expands Kosher Offerings to Passover New York…by Tani Cohn…Costco, one of the nation’s largest discount chains, has taken a major step in its rapid expansion into kosher by significantly upgrading its selection of foods for the upcoming Passover holiday in April. In recent years Costco has exploded onto the kosher scene Continue Reading »

PESACH ORIENTAL SALAD

Posted on March 24, 2011

Oriental Salad Yield: 8 servings 1 cucumber, peeled and diced 2 Medium tomatoes, diced 1 green bell pepper, diced 1 Rib celery, thinly sliced 1/4 Cup chopped cilantro 1 Small red onion, chopped 1/4 Cup chopped fresh parsley Salt And Freshly Ground Black Pepper, To Taste 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil 1 lemon, Juice of 1. Continue Reading »

PEACH FARFEL

Posted on March 23, 2011

Peach Farfel Preheat oven to 350. Ingredients 1 box of matzo farfel soaked in warm water and drained 2 cans of sliced peaches (save the juice) 7 eggs 1 cup sugar 3/4 teasp. salt 1 teasp. vanilla 2 cups of juice from the fruit 3/4 cup melted butter or pareve margarine Mix all the ingredients Continue Reading »

PRICES TO FLY SKY HIGH……….

Posted on March 22, 2011

FROM KOSHER TODAY MON, MARCH 14, 2011 Kosher Consumers to Escape Steep Food Price Increases for Passover, but Watch Out for Post Passover Period New York… Concern that steep increases in food prices will impact kosher consumers before Passover appear to be only partially correct, a survey of Kosher Today showed While there may be Continue Reading »

OU ON PREPARED BABY FOODS FOR PESACH

Posted on March 21, 2011

From the OU: 1. Gerber Baby Food in all vegetable varieties except for the sweet potatoes are acceptable for Passover l’chatchila when bearing the OU. 2.Currently, Beechnut has discontinued its Kosher for Pesach supervision, and the Mashgiach no longer oversees the kosherization process. In addition, ascorbic acid, which may be chometz, is added to the Continue Reading »

THE KOSHUS NEXOR

Posted on March 20, 2011

A recent article in a magazine devoted to issues of kosherness, told of the latest crisis to hit the kosher world- who certifies the tea served on shabbat at every shul kiddush? The tea bags are certified, but who oversees the actual making of the tea? And how do we know that the water used Continue Reading »