Boundaries, rules, cravings, and keeping my kashrut fresh
How to make your kitchen kosher.
How much time is required between eating meat and dairy?
An overview of what's involved in observing Jewish dietary laws.
I don't eat meat, but I'm no vegetarian.
Among the many false claims about Rabbi Avraham Yitzkak HaCohen Kook is the assertion that he practiced vegetarianism.
The name for this particular practice has come to stand for more stringent kashrut standards in general.
The consumption of food and drink was subject to certain restrictions that became the basis for later Jewish dietary practices.
Rabbinic Judaism elaborated a series of practices for putting the biblical restrictions into practice.