Under Jewish dietary law (Kashruth) meat and diary dishes must be prepared and eaten separately (meat with meat, dairy with dairy, but not meat with diary). Some foods are pareve (neutral) and may be eaten with either.


Neutral foods include:

(1) fruit

(2) fruit juices

(3) vegetables

(4) eggs

(5) grains

(6) kosher fish (fish with fins and removable scales, see previous section)

(7) tea or coffee


Processed foods made of neutral components must be manufactured under kosher supervision and in adherence to Jewish dietary laws.


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