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 Fleishig ( Meat, but also in this thread, prepared Fish)

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PostSubject: Fleishig ( Meat, but also in this thread, prepared Fish)   Thu Oct 04, 2007 2:13 pm

Meats And Fish in this catagory since there are a limited amount

Gefilte - Manischewitz
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PostSubject: Eggs   Mon Oct 08, 2007 5:40 pm

Here's a source for powdered eggs so you always have them on hand.

Dried Egg Yolk (Powdered) Gluten free, Kosher

Natures flavors dried powdered egg yolks are excellent for cooking,
Baking, and adding fats to foods where fat is necessary to achieve a
smooth textured product.

An example would be in making sauces such as hollandaise, or making a
powdered custard mix, or a powdered ice cream mix like gelato where
additional fat is a must. They create a smooth texture and good mouth
feel by controlling crystallization of the water molecules. The dried
egg yolks are pasteurized so they are very stable for long periods of
time.

When storing dried powdered egg yolks or egg whites you should keep
them in air tight resalable containers away from heat or large
temperature swings. It is also important to keep dried egg products
away from direct sun light or artificial light as that will cause the
eggs to oxidize quickly.

This is especially true for dried egg yolks due to there high fat
content. Using powdered egg yolks or egg whites in cooking applications
produces good clean results consistently time after time thatís why
manufactures overwhelmingly approve of dried egg products over the
alternative of having to crack and separate the egg yolks from the egg
whites. Also you donít have to worry about potential bacterial
contamination as once they are pasteurized and kept dry until used they
are usually free of this problem. Once you hydrate them than they must
be used right away. Shelf life of dried egg yolks is about one year or
more with no refrigeration required. Dried egg yolks are an excellent
emulsifier especially in the formation of mayonnaise, or salad
dressings or any food was water and oil will need to be mixed together.



CONVERSION:
2 tablespoonful of Egg yolk powder + 2 Teaspoonful of water = 1 EGG YOLK
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PostSubject: KOSHER ORGANIC LAMB!   Wed Oct 10, 2007 10:44 pm

I am so thrilled! I found K Org Lamb shoulder in the supermarket the other day! We had it on the grill and it was so delicious! Fresh, not frozen. From a company called Solomons. It is glatt kosher, no Hormones, no antibiotics! OU certified USDA certified Organic


Solomons Bridgewater SD

I can't find anything and see if they are kashered first, so I will do so until I hear more.
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PostSubject: TUNA   Tue Oct 16, 2007 10:51 pm

Are Bumble Bee's products gluten free?



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All our Bumble Bee Brand canned seafood products are gluten
free. However, the crackers contained within our Bumble Bee
Brand Ready-to-Eat salads & Crackers, contain wheat flour.

Most BB tuna is Kosher, OU, check label.


Are Chicken of the Sea products gluten free?


Quote :

All Chicken of the Sea products are gluten free, with the exception of
Ahi Tuna Steak in a Grilled Herb Marinade, Ahi Tuna Steak in a Teriyaki
Sauce, Salmon Steak in a Mandarin Orange Glaze, Mandarin Orange Salmon
Cups, Teriyaki Tuna Cups, Crab-tastic! (imitation crab) and Tuna Salad
Kits, which depending on size contain either bread crumbs or crackers.

Kosher: OU
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PostSubject: Sausage - NESHAMA   Thu Oct 18, 2007 1:03 pm

Jewish Soul Food! Laughing

Neshama Gourmet Kosher Foods

No Nitrates, No preservatives, Glatt Kosher, no MSG, no nitrates, low-fat, low-carb

These are great!

Read about them in Jewish Woman

Quote :
Baran, an attorney with a background in advertising, founded the company in 1999 with Chef Alain Cohen. Cohen develops the recipes for all of the companyís products, drawing on his experience in the food industry, which began at age 9 in his familyís French-Tunisian kosher restaurant in Paris.

Certified by Star K

All Natural varieties include

  • Breakfast Delight - Cranberry, apple & walnuts, with a touch of sage and other spice -GF
  • Country Apple - A hint of the sweetness from the apples complements the chicken and turkey - I have tried this one and it's good, the ingredients are Chicken , Turkey, apple juice concentrate, dried apples, parsley, salt, spices - GF
  • Mild Italian - Bite into a juicy Mild Italian sausage, and taste a hint of fennel and spice -GF
  • Smoked Andouille- Thereís a little heat, because thatís what Andouille is all about, but not too much. GF
  • Southwest Style- Our Southwest Style is a sausage with personalityóredolent with the fresh flavors of cilantro, tomatillos and red peppers. Just a little
    heat - GF
  • Spicy Italian - For those who like their Italian with a little heat. Same great flavor as our Mild Italian, but turned up a notch or two. -GF


  • Merguez - a centuries-old traditional North African sausage eaten by both Jews and Arabs, made from beef and lamb, and suffused with a cumin flavor. Merguez is eaten customarily with couscous and vegetables, and a variety of piquant salads.
  • Moroccan Style The traditional sausage enjoyed in North Africa for centuries. OurMoroccan Merguez is redolent with cumin and other exotic spice, plussome heat. This says GF on site
  • Tunisian Style - there is no description for this thus no Gluten free status given, but all of them are supposed to be GF
Neshema site


Again, I have tried one kind myself, I wish my store carried all of them. This was back a few months ago but I remember I like the flavor although cooked on the grill they were a little dry, but that could be easily remidied by oiling them or serving with a sauce after cooking.

Now I can throw the package I've been saving for months away, I saw them in the store again yesterday!
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PostSubject: Re: Fleishig ( Meat, but also in this thread, prepared Fish)   Thu Oct 18, 2007 4:24 pm

Those sausages sound great, my DH loves sausage, hope he likes this kind.

I just wanted to add that there are canned Sardines that are Kosher and GF, and taste pretty good too.

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