Kashrus Symbols – how would someone looking at your website know that they are reliable to their standards?

Question: Are all the symbols listed by you certified kosher to your standards?Are you affiliated with any better known kosher supervisory board?In other words, how would someone looking at your website know that you are reliable to their standards? Answer: Happy Chanukah,I assume you refer to https://www.ekollel.com/kosher-symbols/ Or it doesn’t matter for your question. Have …

What is the Shabbos (Shabbat) Candle Time?

Shabbat begins at sunset on Friday, but the candle-lighting time is about 18 minutes before sunset. Why? Shabbat begins at sundown, and from that time on it is forbidden to perform certain activities (including lighting Shabbat candles). The Shulchan Aruch states that one should “add from the weekday onto Shabbat (Lehosif me’kodesh al chol)” . Mean, addition to …

What is Mashgiach?

A mashgiach (Hebrew: משגיח כשרות‬) is a Jew who supervises the kashrut status of a kosher establishment. A mashgiach may supervise any type of food service establishment, including slaughterhouses, food manufacturers, hotels, caterers, nursing homes, restaurants, butchers, groceries, or cooperatives. The mashgiach usually works as the on-site supervisor and inspector, representing a kosher certification agency …

What is Cholov Yisroel?

Chalav Yisrael (Hebrew: חלב ישראל), common Ashkenazi pronunciation Cholov Yisroel, is a Halacha term which refers to all dairy products, including cheese and non-fat dry milk powder, which derive from milk that has been milked under the supervision of a religiously observant Jew.

What STAM סת״ם mean?

Option (1) Jewish scribe or sofer. an abbreviation of Sifrei Torah, Tefillin, and Mezuzot Option (2) Stam kasher is kasher, just not with the chumros of glatt. Option (3) This is a term using for the laws of sacrificing OLAH.