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The Kosher Kitchen
Keeping Kosher Means Lots of Dishes?

The decision is made.  You decided to go kosher at home!  So what does this mean, what does koshering one's kitchen entail?

1. Kosher Appliances:

 

t's easy to spot the kosher consumer in a supermarket aisle.  When you see a shopper turn a product from side to side, for no obvious reason, chance are you are looking at a kosher observing individual looking for a familiar symbol that would deem the product kosher and fit to be eaten by one keeping Jewish dietary laws.

 1. Oven: Put oven through full self-cleaning cycle. Consult rabbi if oven is not self-cleaning.
2. Stove Top: Dissemble parts. Thoroughly clean surface and parts with steel wool, soap and water. Reassemble. Ignite fire to high for a few minutes.
3. Microwave: Clean thoroughly. Put glass with a few ounces of water inside. Turn microwave on high to boil water. Let water vaporize into steam.
4. Refrigerator: Thoroughly clean with soap and water.
5. Metal Sink: Boil water, and immediately pour onto every inch of the sink. Porcelain sinks can not be made kosher.

 

 

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KOSHERING YOUR KITCHEN?
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