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ASK OU comes to Monsey with “Contemporary Issues & Halachic Applications In Dairy Kashrus”

The Beis Midrash Ohr Chaim’s Community Learning Center and Night Kollel of 18 Forshay Road, headed by Rabbi Nachum Scheiner Shlit”a, hosted a number of shiurim on the topic of…

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IN REMEMBRANCE OF OUR LOVED ONES

by Rabbi Moshe Zywica It is customary on Yom Kippur when Yizkor (the memorial service) is recited, as well as on the Shalosh Rigalim (Pesach, Sukkot and Shavuot), to light a candle in…

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Pas Yisroel List – 5775

The Tur (Orach Chaim, Siman 603), based upon the Talmud Yerushalmi, cites the custom for Jews to be stringent during the Aseres Yimei Teshuva to eat exclusively ‘Pas Yisroel’ bread….

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Trade Shows: Meet the OU Representatives

OU Representatives will be more than glad to meet you at the following trade shows. Please stop by! SUMMER FANCY FOOD SHOW Jacob Javits Center New York, NY USA June…

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The Spiritual Significance of Shemittah

by Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb Why would the Torah dictate such a challenging set of laws, requiring that landowners relinquish their land and neither plant nor reap for an entire…

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TO LARGEST GROUP EVER, ASK OU 12 PROVIDES KNOWLEDGE FROM ORTHODOX UNION EXPERTS ON ADAPTING KASHRUS HALACHA TO MODERN FOOD PRODUCTION

70 participants from ASK OU 12 at the OU’s New York City headquarters. Seated foreground from left: Senior Educational Rabbinic Coordinator Rabbi Yosef Grossman; OU Executive Vice President Allen Fagin; and OU…

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OU KOSHER EXPERTS ANSWER ROSH HASHANA QUESTIONS ON HONEY

             OU Kosher presents frequently asked questions to-date on the OU Kosher Hotline (212-613-8241) by consumers in preparation for Rosh Hashana. Questions may also be…

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Halachos of the Hive

A discussion of the differences between honey and royal jelly in regards to Kosher.

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Consumers’ FAQ’s on Kosher Fish

FAQ About Purchasing Fish

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Hard Truths About Hard Liquor

Drinking is part of Jewish life – yet many don’t realize that liquor requires Kosher certification.

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