(From Our Glossary Feature)
Kosher is a Jewish term that means "meeting the requirements of dietary law." In other words, kosher foods are those items that conform to Jewish dietary law, with kosher restaurants serving this particular category of food. One rule of kosher law is that meat and dairy products cannot be eaten during the sazme meal. Foods that are kosher include bagels, lox, knishes, kugel, challah, and matzah.
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