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    Kosher Restaurants in Orlando


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    Business Listing   Big City Catering - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 438-3488


    Business Listing   Golden Dynasty Chinese - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 851-2090


    Business Listing   Khan's Halal Meat Market & West Indian Grocery - Orlando, FL - Phone: (407) 291-1388


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    Helpful Definition for: Kosher Restaurants


    Kosher restaurants in Orlando provide food according to the Jewish dietary laws. Food in accordance to this law is termed ‘Kosher’, which is a Hebrew word, meaning fit for consumption by Jews according to traditional Jewish law. There are three categories of kosher food- Meat, Dairy & Pareve. During Passover, some grains, for example- legumes, in many Jewish communities, are not considered Kosher. Even the utensils to be used for preparing Kosher during Passover must be permitted by Jewish law. Utensils for storing, preparing or serving Kosher of separate categories should not be mixed up. Also, once used for preparing, storing or serving non-Kosher foods would never be used for Kosher. Kosher restaurants follow all the regulations & laws specified by the Jewish system.

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