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Adjective
/ˈkōSHər/,
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(of food, or premises in which food is sold, cooked, or eaten) Satisfying the requirements of Jewish law,
  1. (of food, or premises in which food is sold, cooked, or eaten) Satisfying the requirements of Jewish law
    • - a kosher kitchen
  2. (of a person) Observing Jewish food laws

  3. (of ritual objects) Fit for use according to Jewish laws

  4. Genuine and legitimate
    • - when he buys a record abroad, it is impossible to know whether it's kosher
Verb
  1. Prepare (food) according to the requirements of Jewish law

  2. Give (something) the appearance of being legitimate
    • - see them scramble to kosher illegal evidence

  1. food that fulfills the requirements of Jewish dietary law
  2. conforming to dietary laws; "kosher meat"; "a kosher kitchen"
  3. proper or legitimate
  4. Kashrut (also kashruth or kashrus, כַּשְׁרוּת) is the set of Jewish dietary laws. Food in accord with halakha (Jewish law) is termed kosher in English, from the Ashkenazi pronunciation of the Hebrew term kashér (כָּשֵׁר), meaning "fit" (in this context, fit for consumption by Jews according to ...
  5. to make kosher; Prepared in accordance with Jewish religious practices; In accordance with standards or usual practice
  6. From the Hebrew kasher. When talking about food, to prepare it at every stage in strict observance of the Jewish dietary laws. When talking about salt, kosher salt is a coarse salt that does not contain magnesium carbonate.
  7. A set of Jewish dietary rules specified in the Hebrew Scriptures and practiced by many Jews.
  8. Ritually fit for use or valid (cf. kashrus).
  9. Derived from the Hebrew word "kasher," which means "proper" or "pure." Kosher foods conform to strict Jewish biblical laws pertaining to the type of food eaten, the kinds of foods combined in one meal, and how an animal is killed.
  10. Food prepared according to Jewish dietary laws.
  11. Adj. Correct, legitimate. [Yiddish] {Informal}
  12. Jewish dietary laws based on "cleanliness". Also referring to the legitimacy of a situation. "This plan doesn't seem kosher".
  13. legitimate, honest. From the Jewish meaning of kosher (acceptable to Jewish dietary laws).
  14. The orthodox Jewish dietary laws, known as Kashrut, which forbids the eating of pigs and shellfish and mandates special methods for the slaughter of meat, and the separation of meat and milk, among other rules.
  15. To "keep kosher" means to keep the Jewish dietary rules (which are called kashrut). The main rule of these regulations is to keep meat (beef, lamb, chicken, and so on) and dairy products separate. ...
  16. Food or behavior approved under Judaism. Also, used for about anything that’s “allowable” by someone or some code.
  17. Certified by a third party agency; refers to the kind of animal, the method of slaughter and preparation of the meat. Read more about the process of making kosher meat and Grow and Behold’s kosher supervision here.
  18. The special dietary rules of Judaism, outlined in the Torah.
  19. Halachically acceptable (e.g., food, mikveh immersion) - noun kashrut
  20. Kosher salt has larger flakes than iodized salt and is used in the oatmeal cookies at CakeLove.
  21. food that is permissible to eat according to kashrut, such as fruit, and meat from cloven-hoofed cud-chewing animals.
  22. Kosher (also kashrut) is Hebrew for “fit”.  It is the set of Jewish dietary laws that dictates not only what kinds of food can be eaten, but how animals must be slaughtered and what foods can be eaten together.  All fruits and vegetables are kosher, though they must be bug-free. ...
  23. Fit to be eaten according to Jewish dietary laws (our context is Biblical dietary laws)
  24. Jewish dietary laws pertaining to the preparation and handling of food products; most Lake Champlain Chocolates are Kosher
  25. A word meaning 'fit' which describes any food that is killed and prepared according to laws laid down in the Jewish scriptures.