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  1. Is It Kosher?
    $22.00

    Encylopedia of Kosher Foods, Facts and Fallacies

    Hardcover, 6" x 9", 305 Pages

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  2. The Laws of Kashrus
    $27.00

    Hardcover

    6" x 9"

    455 Pages

    Written by: Rabbi Binyomin Forst

    Published by: Artscroll

    How many of us have the background to seek rabbinical guidance on kashrus problems - intelligently? How prepared are we to deal with the maze of modern appliances in the typical kitchen? This book explains the principles of kashrus laws, and shows how real-life problems fit into the framework of halachah. Includes copious diagrams and a listing of appliances.

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  3. A Semicha Aid for Learning the Laws of Melicha
    $18.00

    Softcover

    8.5" x 11.5"

    172 Pages

    Written by: Rabbi Yaakov Goldstein

    This Sefer is in continuation of our previous Semicha Aids published on Shabbos; Basar Bechalav and Taaruvos to help the student of Rabbinical ordination in organizing and clarifying the laws studied under the Semicha curriculum. Emphasis is placed in applying the laws to practical life examples. The lucid summaries and clear organization of the Halachas helps the learner to fully grasp the Semicha subject with all of its commentaries. The book contains a full summary of the Michaber, Rama, Shach, Taz Shulchan Aruch Harav, and other commentaries. It is a must buy for anyone who wants to get a clear and proper grasp of the subject, and is ideal for use in review for the exams.

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  4. A Semicha Aid for Learning the Laws of Taaruvos
    $18.00

    Softcover

    8.5" x 11.5"

    232 Pages

    Written by: Rabbi Yaakov Goldstein

    This Sefer is in continuation of our previous Semicha Aids published on Shabbos and Basar Bechalav to help the student of Rabbinical ordination in organizing and clarifying the laws studied under the Semicha curriculum. Emphasis is placed in applying the laws to practical life examples. The lucid summaries and clear organization of the Halachas helps the learner to fully grasp the Semicha subject with all of its commentaries. The book contains a full summary of the Michaber, Rama, Shach, Taz Shulchan Aruch Harav, and other commentaries. It is a must buy for anyone who wants to get a clear and proper grasp of the subject, and is ideal for use in review for the exams.

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  5. A Semicha Aid for Learning the Laws of Basar Bechalav
    $13.50

    Softcover

    8.5" x 11.5"

    152 Pages

    Written by: Rabbi Yaakov Goldstein

    Includes a full summary of the Laws of Basar Bechalv, chapter by chapter. Summarizes the Michaber, Rama, Shach, Taz and numerous other Achronim. Includes practical Q&A!

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  6. The Talmid's Companion to Hilchos Basar BCholov
    $21.00

    Hardcover

    7" x 10"

    244 Pages

    Written by: Rabbi Eliyahu Ginsparg

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  7. Illustrated Guide to the Kosher Kitchen
    $18.00

    Hardcover

    6" x 9"

    224 Pages

    Written by: Rabbi Ze'ev Greenwald

    Published by: Feldheim

    This English edition of a popular Hebrew title guides the reader in keeping a kosher kitchen, with detailed illustrations and diagrams. The halachos of kashrus are taught in an easy-to-understand manner, with a special detailed section on inspecting foods for insect infestation. Based on the Shulchan Aruch and the Mishnah Berurah, it is a perfect, user-friendly, guide for those who want to strengthen their basic knowledge of Jewish dietary law.

    Includes the laws of: Separation of Meat and Milk; Inspecting Foods for Insects; Kashering Meat and Vessels: Food Preparation by Non-Jews; Separating Challah

    Translated form the the popular Hebrew Itturei Halachah series.

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  8. Wine Whisky and Halachah
    $18.00

    Hardcover

    6" x 9"

    171 Pages

    Written by: Rabbi Shraga Kallus and Rabbi Avraham Chaim Slansky

    Published by: Feldheim

    HaRav Shraga Kallus has gained renown as an authority in Halacha from the thousands of Shiurim he has delivered. His Shiurim cover all areas of Halacha, in which the most complicated of topics are made clear, with instant application to everyday life. This book is based on the Shiurim given in the "Second Seder Kollel", and now they take on the form of a written work, by his close talmid,RABBI AVRAHAM CHAIM SLANSKY.

    In this work, the extensive and at times complicated laws of Yayin Nesech, wine affected by a non-Jew, are explained; from the original sources, to the practical rulings in real-life cases. Wine is integral to many functions of Jewish life, and inevitable results in a myriad of questions.

     

    • After the waiter poured me a cup of wine, I realized the bottle I ordered was non mevushal.
    • The 'cleaning help' moved the wine, now what?
    • I'm hosting a Kiruv event, what if a participant pours himself a glass of wine?
    • What is the story with Scotch in Sherry Casks?!

     

    These are just some of the issues addressed, in regard to a topic that both its stringencies and its leniencies are widely unknown. This book is reminiscent of the Shiurim themselves, enjoyable to 'listen to' and relevant to daily life. Its ease of use, with original sources quoted, and most importantly in utmost clarity, brings refreshing understanding to even difficult concepts. This combination makes this work accessible to the layman, as well as a decisive work for the accomplished scholar.

    The book includes an innovative separate section detailing the potential issues of Scotch Whisky matured in Sherry Casks. It features alphabetical listing of over two hundred and fifty Scotch Whiskies and their Halachic rulings, with color pictures for easy reference - a first of its kind!

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  9. Keeping Kosher in the Kitchen
    $22.50

    Hardcover

    7" x 10"

    400 Pages

    Written by: Rabbi Daniel Channen

    Published by: Mosaica Press

    Do you find the idea of keeping your kitchen kosher overwhelming?

    Do you find the idea so simple that you never give it a second thought?

    With this easy-to-read - yet comprehensive - book, readers will learn how easy it is to maintain a kosher kitchen - and how to deal with common mistakes that occur in (virtually) all kosher homes.

    This unique book:

    • Includes basic principles and rules in an easy-to-remember format.
    • Offers knowledge and insight to prevent common kashrus mistakes.
    • Explains how to formulate proper halachic question by focusing on the relevant facts and pushing aside distracting details.
    • Helps you determine what "level" kashrus is right for you right now, and what to do in complicated situations that may not be ideal.
    • Is written for those who follow either Ashkenazi or Sephardic customs.
    • Is a perfect companion for anyone who is learning Shulchan Aruch for the first time or preparing for a semicha exam. Numerous case studies reflect a clear progression from Talmudic sources to contemporary halachic rulings, for both scholars and laypeople.

    About the Author:

    Rav Daniel Channen has been teaching the laws of kashrus for over thirty years. Many of his talmidim have acquired positions as Rabbis, teachers, chaplains and kashrus mashgichim(supervisors). He has helped build intensive learning kollels in the United States, England, South Africa, Australia and Israel. In 2014, Rabbi Channen opened Yeshiva Keter HaTorah, which offers semicha in a number of subjects.

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  10. Hakashrut - English Edition
    $28.00

    Hardcover

    6" x 9"

    717 Pages

    English Edition

    Written by: Rabbi Yitzchak Yaakov Fuchs

    Translated by: Yosef Tucker

    A clear up-to-date halachic guide to the dietary laws and the modern kitchen and its utensils

    Topics mentioned in this sefer:

    • The Kitchen and It's Appliances
    • Kashering Utensils
    • Immersing Utensils
    • The Kitchen on Shabbos and Yom Tov
    • The Kitchen on Pesach
    • Kashrus of Food (Bread, Milk, Meat, Fish, etc.)
    • Checking food for worms and bugs
    • Separating Challah
    • Shemittah
    • Food of Goyim
    • Kashrus Regarding A Baby
    • Kashrus While Traveling
    • Kashrus In A Non-Kosher Kitchen
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