The average person might ask:
Kosher food has something to do with not eating swine?
Or is it something that jewish people do that includes a rabbi?
Let us clarify that for you :) What Does Kosher Mean?
The word “Kosher” means something that is done the proper way, or pure.
Kashrut ( כָּשְׁרוּת ) in judaism, is a set of rules concerning food, that dictates what is allowed and what is forbidden to eat, according to the Jewish law ( halacha - הָלַכַה). We decided to sim
Guess what? Tachini can also be served as a desert (kinu’ach - קִנּוּחַ), and it's absolutely delicious! The ingredients 1 cup (150 gram) raw tahini (thina golmit - טְחִינָה גָּלְמִית). 3 cups (465 gram) self-raising flour (kemah tofe’ah - קֶמַח תּוֹפֵחַ). 200 gram melted butter (hem’a - חֶמְאָה). ¾ cup (134 gram) sugar (sucar - סֻכָּר). 10 gram vanilla sugar (sucar vanil - סֻכַּר וָנִיל). The instructions Mix together all of the ingredients (mitzrachim - מִצְרָכִים) until yo
Hummus (חוּמוּס) is a spread made from crushed hummus grains (gargirim - גַּרְגִּירִים). Here’s a recipe (matkon - מַתְכּוֹן) for you to make your own homemade hummus! The Ingredients 500 gram small hummus grains. 1 tsp drinking soda. ½ cup (cos - כּוֹס) raw tahini (thina golmit - טְחִינָה גָּולְמִית). ¼ cup lemon juice (mits limon - מִיץ לִימוֹן), or one squeezed fresh lemon. 5 garlic (shoom - שׁוּם) cloves. ½ tsp salt (melah - מֶלַח). ¼ tsp black pepper (pilpel shahor - פּ