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Quinoa for Passover!

The status of quinoa, the grain-like crop, was the most-asked question for the last few years on the OU’s various kashrut forums across the web and in person. Following an…

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Meat and Poultry

Contemporary production methods could invalidate the Passover status of the plainest cut of raw meat.

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In Remembrance of Our Loved Ones

It is customary on Passover, as well as on the other Shalosh Rigalim (Sukkot and Shavuot) and Yom Kippur when Yizkor (the memorial service) is recited, to light a candle…

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Selling Leaven

Selling leaven of Jewish owned companies for Passover accomplishes two functions. Firstly, it prevents the owners of the leaven from violating the Bibilical prohibition of owning leaven as it states…

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Shemittah in the Diaspora

THIS PAST ROSH HASHANA (5775) the land of Israel began celebrating its sabbatical year, the year of shemittah. Upon the original settling of the land of Israel by the Jewish…

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Shopping after Passover

Chametz owned by a Jew during the holiday may not be consumed even after the holiday is over. Consequently, when shopping for chametz products after Passover, one must take measures…

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The Story Behind OU Kitniyot

Consumers have long been accustomed to various designations associated with the OU symbol (OU-D, OU-Parve, OU-Glatt, OU-Fish and of course OU-P). This year consumers will be finding more and more stores…

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The Chef’s Table- Healthy Passover Pleasures

Most traditional Pesach recipes are high in calories, carbohydrates and fat, but are low in fiber. Traditions are hard to break and favorite foods are difficult to “pass up,” especially…

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Welcome to OUP

Welcome to OU-P (Passover) online. For the complete Kosher for Pesach directory click Download (Passover) Guide above. If you are looking for a specific product, use the search box. If…

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What Could Be Hiding in My Romaine?

I’m sure you’ve heard or even asked the following question: “Why is there such a preoccupation with the potential of finding bugs in produce these days? I don’t recall observing…

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