Monday, May 28, 2007

Veggie "Glatt Kosher"?? Help!

I need to make a meal for a mixed group of family members sitting shiva. One side does organic vegetarian or free range meats, one does organic vegan "glatt kosher" (whatever the heck that means if they're vegan) and another does plain "glatt kosher." OMG.

I'm thinking of some nice whole-wheat bread and a curried lentil soup (both pareve). If I buy a new pot, cutting board, knife, and stirring things, will this be enough to make it kosher for them? (I'd buy the bread)

(Bad Cohen also suggested I just bring them bagged salad and a bunch of baked sweet potatoes... yumm)


Blogger The back of the hill said...

Lowest common denominator: organic vegan "glatt kosher", whatever the heck that means.

How organic are those lentils?

I'm with BC on this one. Baked sweet potatoes, bagged and hechshered certified organic salad.

5/29/2007 5:58 PM  
Blogger Tzipporah said...

hechshered certified organic

No such thing for ANY food category, at least to be found locally - hechshered and organic are mutually exclusive out here. So it's plain fresh veggies and fruits, OR boxed dried stuff. I did think of running by Trader Joe's to find some meat for the non-vegetarians, but honestly, if they want meat, it will require new utensils and pans to cook in the house where they're staying, so it's not worth the bother.

5/29/2007 7:49 PM  
Blogger Bad Cohen said...

A blogger obit may be found here.

5/30/2007 12:56 PM  

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