Products considered kosher are typically marked with one of the many designating kosher symbols. Creating a successful kosher and/or halal dining area is no easy feat. Despite some similarities between the two diets, the differences generally force the kosher and halal ingredients to remain completely separate from each other, and from most other cuisine. Kashrut—or "keeping kosher"— is the name of the Jewish dietary laws. Foods are kosher when they meet all criteria that Jewish ...
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