56 different names for sugar

This is not a Kosher recommended list. Some sugars listed here are 100% Chametz or Kitniyot. Explore more, or ask your Rabbi for a specific type of sugar.

  1. Sucrose
  2. Fructose
  3. High-Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS)
  4. Agave Nectar
  5. Beet sugar
  6. Blackstrap molasses
  7. Brown sugar
  8. Buttered syrup
  9. Cane juice crystals
  10. Cane sugar
  11. Caramel
  12. Carob syrup
  13. Castor sugar
  14. Coconut sugar
  15. Confectioner’s sugar (powdered sugar)
  16. Date sugar
  17. Demerara sugar
  18. Evaporated cane juice
  19. Florida crystals
  20. Fruit juice
  21. Fruit juice concentrate
  22. Golden sugar
  23. Golden syrup
  24. Grape sugar
  25. Honey
  26. Icing sugar
  27. Invert sugar
  28. Maple syrup
  29. Molasses
  30. Muscovado sugar
  31. Panela sugar
  32. Raw sugar
  33. Refiner’s syrup
  34. Sorghum syrup
  35. Sucanat
  36. Treacle sugar
  37. Turbinado sugar
  38. Yellow sugar
  39. Barley malt
  40. Brown rice syrup
  41. Corn syrup
  42. Corn syrup solids
  43. Dextrin
  44. Dextrose
  45. Diastatic malt
  46. Ethyl maltol
  47. Glucose
  48. Glucose solids
  49. Lactose
  50. Malt syrup
  51. Maltodextrin
  52. Maltose
  53. Rice syrup
  54. Crystalline fructose
  55. D-ribose
  56. Galactose

Kosher Kitchen Design

A kosher home is an important element in the foundation of Jewish life. Jewish dietary laws, a kosher kitchen is designed to separate items used for preparation and serving of meat and dairy meals. Ideally, cookware, utensils, bowls, and dishes would be stored in separate drawers and cabinets. In order to receive the best design, look for help and advice from a Kitchen Designer who specializes in kosher kitchens.
If space and money were not an issue, you might look at a symmetrically designed kitchen with two separate but equal halves for storage and preparation. Because space and money usually are a concern, you will want to create the most functional space that provides the elements to follow your personal level of dietary observance. Organization and storage follow personal preference. You may prefer to locate your dairy items (as a group) separately from your meat items or mix and match by work centres, i.e. meat utensils on one side of the cook top and dairy on the other. The mix and match option usually provides a more efficient use of your time–which is also very desirable.

Depending upon your level of observance, you may wish to have two separate sinks, two disposals, two dishwashers, and two ovens. Stainless steel can be koshered (to make kosher) to allow for separate use of dairy and meat items. Therefore, you could use a single stainless steel sink and dishwasher. However, since this option would require the item to be koshered in between crossover usage you might want to consider your time and effort vs. the cost and space requirements of the second item.

The biggest challenge in designing a kosher kitchen is to create a kitchen that doesn’t look like a complete appliance lineup. You can do anything aesthetically that you like. But to uphold Orthodox Jewish traditions you need separate preparation, cooking, and cleanup areas for dairy products, for meats, and for any dairy, which includes all other foods, such as vegetables, fruits, eggs, and fish.

Some kosher kitchens includes two sinks, two ovens, two microwaves, and two dishwashers.

A checklist for Kosher cooking

  1. Separate pot and dish storage with at least one for dairy
  2. Two separate sinks or double bowl
  3. Ovens – double, two singles or stove with a separate oven
  4. Cutlery and utensil drawers – double or an extra for dairy
  5. Separate pot and dish storage with at least one for dairy

Where to Eat in New York

New York State Kosher Restaurants – The restaurants linked here are listed for informational purposes only. This does not imply an endorsement by Congregation Beth Yehuda of the kashrut of any of the establishments. Some restaurants are open on shabbat, some have supervision in name only or may have other aspects of their supervision that might bring their kashrut into question. If you are interested in visiting any of these restaurants, you must first verify that they are still open, as well as investigating the legitimacy of the hashgacha. If you have any questions regarding the kashrut supervision, please consult your local orthodox rabbi.

This page provides a list of the restaurants in New York state, sorted by region and proximity one to the next. In Manhattan they are sorted from downtown to uptown, east side to west side, and ascending street address.

Where to Design and Remodelling Kosher Kitchen

New York Italian Kitchen Design have designed, remodel & installed some of the Metro NY’s kosher kitchens. One-stop shopping with talented in-house kitchen designers & experienced installation crews. Wide variety of custom & semi-custom cabinetry, numerous countertop, flooring, appliance, light and hardware products. Brand names: Pedini, Aster, Kitchen Craft & Luxor.

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