Carciofo Alla Giudecca is a staple dish for centuries the very old Jewish custom from the Romans. A few months ago the Israeli Rabbinate banned this version of cooking the artichoke in Israel, from restaurants and home tables and saying because it is unkosher. The inevitable problem is that small worms or parasites present in the vegetable are harder to find, remove, making the artichoke not kosher. The Artichoke recipe requires a removal of the hard parts in the artichoke, cleaning with lemon and water and the frying as you can see. How to Prepare The Carciofo
We all occasionally see non-Jewish friends who are buying and eating Matzah, either to go on a diet or because they just like the simple flavor. During the Cristian Easter “millions of non-Jewish Dutch eat matzah as part of a nationwide tradition that testifies to centuries of Jewish influence on the general population.” It is actually considered a favorite bread for breakfast for the Dutch. Jews were well integrated in society before World War II and and after, some believe other traditions like sufganiot in the winter holiday season is also celebrated by christians, for the same reason. Source: https://forward.com/news/breaking-news/397086/how-matzo-became-a-household-item-for-dutch-christians/ This
Evermore options for Passover 2018 For Passover 2018, there are a lot of private labels in various retail stores all over the world. Many of such products have proper kosher certification. So, we decided to collect information for the most common certifications in various countries and from the most common supermarkets. Here are the most common supermarkets and from English speaking countries and more.
“Is it kosher?” project started a new initiative – made it possible to ask Mashgichim about kosher products locally or around the world It started with an agreement with the Conference of European Rabbis, an experiment. We found that Rabbis who are into new technology are also more open to working with us. Together we saw that the “Is it kosher?” system is working and people ask more and more questions about the Kosher status of products. We give special thanks to Rabbi Gedaliya Koltanyuk, who supported the idea from the very start and helped a lot later. A month
Our team is never stop improving our system for searching kosher products. Just recently we have developed a dedicated website app.iskosher.com for searching kosher products worldwide. Now, we managed to collect most of kosher certified products from Trader Joe’s and Costco. Check out the following links for details: Trader Joe’s kosher products – app.iskosher.com/kosher-company/Trader_Joe’s.html Costco kosher products – app.iskosher.com/kosher-company/Costco.html
Our team constantly work on improvement of “Is it kosher?” project. We receive a lot of requests to create web-based app, to help those who do not use smartphones to find kosher food. Finally, we managed to release a version of web app for “Is it kosher?” project. You can visit http://app.iskosher.com
Our users help us a lot in making our app even much better and efficient tool for kosher consumers.
It was long time since Android app got a new look. So, we decided to rework fully the whole app in order to make it even easier for a kosher consumer to find proper food.
We reviewed our price policy for subscriptions in “Is it kosher?” app and decided to lower the price. Now the basis price is 5 EUR for a full year subscription. This subscription removes ads, give possibility to download offline databases and many more.
Our team is working very closely with users’ needs and we understand, that our system is not the perfect solution for a kosher consumer. But we are eager to make it perfect. That is why we are working hard to make it even more relevant and qualified.