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A Practical Guide to the Laws of Kashrut Hardcover
by Pinchas Cohen
This concise and useful work on hilkhot kashrut is specially crafted for the modern Jewish home. It covers a range of frequently-asked questions, such as: Can one use a dishwasher for both milk and meat dishes? What is glatt kosher? Is one required to immerse electrical appliances? Can one eat a pie that contains vegetables that have not been checked for insects? Can one eat cottage cheese with alla that was baked in a meat oven? A Practical Guide to the Laws of Kashrut starts with the basics and then moves on to advanced topics. It offers comprehensive instructions for those setting out to make a kosher kitchen, and serves as a valuable reference for those already familiar with kashrut but uncertain about its more complex details. Novice and expert alike will benefit from the author s clear and reliable presentation of this important area of halakha, a defining element of the Jewish home.
About the Author
Rabbi Pinchas Cohen is a Ram at Yeshivat Har Etzion, teaching Gemara and halakha to overseas students. He has rabbinical ordination from the Israeli Chief Rabbinate, holds a ba in Business Management and Psychology from the University of South Africa, and a B.Ed. from Herzog College in Israel.
Hardcover: 110 pages
Publisher: Maggid (January 1, 2016)