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You are going to need to focus on if you need to serve a Kosher meal, or if you can just follow the customs of the Jewish culture and avoid having to do a strict Kosher meal with the event that you are having or the meal that you are serving.

- Jewish Dietary Restrictions

Jewish dietary laws are known as Kashrut. What you will find is that these dietary laws are the most strict and complex amongst all of the religious practices that are out there for food. For most people that are Jewish, they don't follow the Kashrut rules, which is better known as Kosher, but some do and in this case, it is very important to understand these rules so that you are able to properly cater the meal and know that the Jewish catering that you are hiring is going to be just what you need so that they will eat what you have set before them.

- Serving a Kosher Meal as a Jewish Caterer

When you know that you are going to be having a Kosher meal served, it is so important that you hire a Jewish caterer. These caterers are already going to have the background that you need to create a Kosher meal and they are going to be able to take good care of you. You won't have to worry about the meal not being prepared correctly because they are going to already have the experience that you need to do so.

- Dietary Restrictions if Keeping Kosher

With your Jewish catering, if you are going to have a Kosher meal, you need to make sure that the caterer you are hiring is using a separate kitchen. You will find that the kitchen must be divided into separate areas for dairy, meat, and pareve, which is poultry. You must have different pots and pans and utensils that you are going to use and nothing can be mixed. You need the caterer to show that they are certified and if something is being reheated through an oven or microwave, keep it covered so that guests are able to see the rabbinic certification seals.

- Foods You Can and Cannot Serve for a Kosher Catered Meal

With a Jewish catering service, they will understand what people can and cannot eat. You need to make sure that you are looking into this. Make sure that there is no pork or shellfish, make sure that there is fish, but it needs to have fins and scales. Dairy and meat cannot be eaten in the same meal and if they are eaten in the same day, it must be 6 hours apart. Any meat that is going to be eaten, must be prepared by a Kosher butcher.

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