Do you know someone who wants to go kosher, but is faced with the challenge of living with their family that doesn’t? Fret no more. Here to guide those exact situations, is this handy guide written by Rabbi Nissan Zibell.
Kashrus: Be in the Know has just released a revised edition of Kosher Without a Kitchen written by Rabbi Nissan Zibell. Available for anyone in your life who wants to take on the mitzvah of keeping kosher but doesn’t yet have the proper facilities to keep it in.
Very often, the kosher-consuming Jew can feel out of place. Whether it is a businessman in a hotel during a conference, or an employee eating lunch at their workplace, kosher consumers must sometimes navigate their way in a non-kosher kitchen.
This can seem complicated and be tricky at times, especially for someone who is starting to keep kashrus and still lives in a home that isn’t kosher. For all of these situations, there is now a detailed guide available to print or purchase with all the information you need.
The purpose of the booklet is to offer some points of guidance and practical advice to those faced with the challenge of keeping Kosher while living with their family that does not keep Kosher.
To download the booklet, click here.
For a link to purchase, click here.
It is an especially auspicious time now, in the month of Elul, to encourage others to take on the mitzvah of keeping kosher, and this booklet is a great way to start them off.
As the Rebbe writes, “… similarly in our time – the last days of golus- it is necessary for there to be an extra strengthening in the observance of Kashrus and Taharas Hamishpacha as a preparation and introduction to entering into Eretz Yisroel with the redemption through our righteous Moshiach.” (Likkutei Sichos, Volume 13, Page 297)