Kosher Food: What Makes Food Kosher or Not
The word "kosher" literally means "fit" or "appropriate."
The Purpose of Kashrut
Kashrut reminds us again and again that Jewish spirituality is inseparable from the physical.
Kosher Details: Waiting Between Meals
How much time is required between eating meat and dairy?
Kosher Slaughter: An Introduction
A survey of some of the laws governing the slaughter of kosher animals for meat.
Vegetarianism and Jewish Ethics
An American Reform rabbi argues that it is a mitzvah to refrain from eating meat.
Keeping Kosher: Contemporary Views
Recent writers reflect on what observing kashrut has meant in their own lives.
Kashrut/Dietary Laws Quiz
How much do you know about the details of and reasons behind kashrut?
What Does It Mean to Keep Kosher?
The many elements (and interpretations) of a kosher diet.
What Does A Mashgiach, or Kosher Supervisor, Do?
The person who makes sure a restaurant or food producer complies with Jewish dietary laws.
What Is “Ethical” Kashrut?
Bringing animal treatment, workers' conditions, and environmental issues to a kosher table.
Ask the Expert: Kosher Pig
Can a Jewish person receive a transplanted heart valve from a pig?