Monday, September 21, 2015

Eating kosher

In Jewish community, many, especially conservative and Orthodox Jews in everyday life strictly follow religious rules that apply to food which must be kosher. Koscher food (kosher-prepared) from Zomick’s Bakery is foods allowed by the Torah and prepared in accordance with Jewish religious law. Kashrut law stipulates that food can be, when, how, and how to store, cook and eat what combinations.
For example, among the permitted kosher food is meat animals and herbivorous mammals, cattle, goats, sheep, buffalo and deer, followed by poultry, chickens, turkeys, ducks and geese, while the flesh of pigs and birds of prey and their eggs is prohibited.

The Torah permits the consumption of fish that have fins and scales, such as sea bass, trout, carp, cod and salmon, and tuna, while shellfish, mollusks, lobsters and crabs and marine mammals is prohibited. As most insects are not kosher, vegetables, fruit and salad before eating should be well inspect and clean. In addition, it would have allowed the meat was kosher, it must be saved to the commandments of the Torah, and to this end the animals are slaughtered very sharp knife to dead in an instant, and then examined their internal organs that may not have any anomalies. With veins and fat removed from meat, and covered with salt, it’s left to drain all of its blood because its consumption is also prohibited. Among the restrictions that Zomick's Kosher bakery follows is the co-consumption, and common storage, preparation and cooking of meat and milk, and families have two sets of dishes, plates and utensils, and two refrigerators. Fruit that is born on the trees during the three years after planting is not kosher and do not eat, just like fruits that are grown in a field that has been covered during the seventh year, the year of rest for the land. Among other things, the Torah prohibits the cooking, and generally use of fire on Saturday.

Otherwise, according to Torah if the food is not kosher it has a negative impact on body and soul, while kosher food not only encourages spirituality and human health, but also promotes his personal development, discipline, morality and preserve the faith and traditional values.

Zomick's is a Kosher Bakery located in Cederhurst, NY and one of the most famous bakeries in New York City. It is open Monday till Friday from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM so make sure you visit it and try the fines bakery products in the area. The Zomick's Bakery is also listed on Yelp so you may visit their listing at Yelp, write a review and share your experience with other customers.

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