Supervision of Six Points Restaurant Group has been assumed by the OU beginning February 1. We wish the OU, the Tavern, and The Dairy much hatzlocha.
Month: January 2018
Observant Jewish families are very careful about mixing fish and meat even though it is a health issue (recorded in the Talmud), not a Kashrus issue. Fish and meat may be eaten at the same meal if they are properly separated. We do not know if the health issues are still relevant, or if the … Continued
The health alert for lettuce and cabbage has been lifted. More detailed information may be found by following the link below. http://www.thelakewoodscoop.com/news/2018/01/breaking-first-report-dr-shanik-says-all-lettuce-and-cabbage-now-okay-to-eat.html Please check labels and signage for the origin of produce. Israeli produce is found in many stores – especially during the winter. We have published detailed guidelines on our web-site … Continued
What needs Tevilla? Utensils which are used for eating or for preparing food require tevilla. Those utensils that are used in early stages of preparation of food do not require tevilla, for example equipment used to harvest food and equipment used to sift flour. Only utensils owned by someone who is Jewish that were … Continued
The fruit of a tree or fruit bush may not be eaten during the first three years of its growth. Not only is it prohibited to eat the fruit but no benefit whatsoever may be derived from the fruit. This halocha applies both in Eretz Yisroel and in חו”ל (outside of Eretz Yisroel). There is one … Continued