The Kosher Symbol Saga (56:45)
Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of the Kosher certifications on the products we consume? This lecture took place at the 12th annual National Jewish Retreat. For more information and to register for the next retreat, visit: Jretreat.com.
Rabbi Avraham Feigelstock (1)
New Kosher Cuisine: Healthy, Simple & Stylish (11:18)
Have you ever wanted to know the secret of the perfect Shabbat meal? Unleash the cook within as you listen to master chef and cookbook author Helen Nash on a culinary journey. You will learn how to juggle the challenge of cooking kosher while striving to create the masterpiece that tastes as good as it looks.
Mrs. Helen Nash (1)
The Spiritual Significance of Eating Kosher (9:34)
Rabbi Pinchas Taylor (45)
Empowering the Kosher Consumer (56:46)
Rabbi Yitzchak Hanoka (6)
Corporate Kosher: A Glimpse Behind the Scenes of Kosher Certification (52:35)
Rabbi Aryeh Weinstein (80)
Miracles and Meals: Stories from the Holocaust (32:16)
Mrs. Joanne Caras (1)
Kosher Pesach Tips (46:53)
You cleaned your kitchen for pesach, did you remember the cd player, the light switch, the telephone? Rabbi Reuven Stein describes what needs cleaning, and how to clean out of the way places. He runs through products, explaining what can be used for Pesach and what doesn't need supervision. This class was delivered at Chabad Lubavitch of Georgia.
Rabbi Reuven Stein (1)
Practical Judaism Part 1 (1:19:45)
Navigating the laws of daily life for a perspective observant Jew can seem overwhelming. To give a better understanding of what observant Jewish life should be, Rabbi Abba Perelmuter travels through the day and outlines the laws governing each stage. He explains what happens with the body and the soul as the clock ticks away the hours.
Series: Practical Judaism
Rabbi Abba Perelmuter (58)
Secrets of a Kosher Supervisor - Q&A (33:22)
Chocolate chips and turkey oil, eggs and water, what are the kosher concerns? Rabbi Norman Schloss answers questions from the audience in humorous style. Naturally the first question in about the parve status of chocolate chips. Watch the video to find out where turkey oil comes in. ► Click here to watch the Part 1 This class was delivered at Chabad Lubavitch of Georgia.
Rabbi Norman Schloss (2)
Secrets of a Kosher Supervisor (37:38)
Keeping Kosher as compared to a spiritual allergy. Rabbi Norman Schloss shares anecdotes of his experiences as a kosher supervisor. This entertaining video looks at how different people view kosher and what factors go into kosher food. ► Click here to watch the Q&A session This class was delivered at Chabad Lubavitch of Georgia.
Rabbi Norman Schloss (2)
Benefits of Kosher (40:54)
I do it because I love you. Mrs. Miriam Lipskier discusses the romance of Judaism as expressed by keeping kosher. We connect to the divine by doing what G-d wants even though we don’t understand why. This class was delivered at Chabad Lubavitch of Georgia.
Mrs. Miriam Lipskier (8)
Kashrus: Food for the Soul (48:05)
Mrs. Chana Slavaticki (3)
Why Should I Keep Kosher? (39:40)
How would G-d destroy the world if he wanted to? Rabbi Shloma Majeski explains that G-d created the world and sustains everything with his words. By simply removing those words the world would cease to exist. The blessing we make over our kosher food is what releases the G-dly energy in the food giving us life in a positive way.
Rabbi Shloma Majeski (8)
Kosher Basics (58:23)
What does a split hoof look like - up close and real? Rabbi Hillel Baron gives basic explanations of Kashrus with hands on visuals. He has the answers for the many questions posed by the college students in this Sinai Scholars Society class.
Rabbi Hillel Baron (3)
The Mitzvah of Yoshon (12:37)
Yoshon and Chodosh refer to the time of year that wheat is planted and takes root. In the latest episode of Kosher Corner, Rabbi Chaim Fogelman explains the agricultural background of grains as related to Yoshon, as well as the rabbinic arguments
Series: Kosher Corner
Rabbi Chaim Fogelman (18)