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Synonyms for pareve

containing no meat or milk (or their derivatives) and thus eatable with both meat and dairy dishes according to the dietary laws of Judaism

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Goodman Gluten Free, launched by Bob Goodman, offers in-store bakery items that are scratch baked in gluten-, dairy-and peanut-free facilities, endorsed by an award-winning gastrointestinal specialist and certified gluten-free and kosher pareve. The company's offerings--including muffins, cupcakes, cookies, brownie bites and bread--are also dairy- and peanut-free, all natural, clean label and non-GMO.
Caterer Frankel says the almond cookies have remained a hit among Jews because they are so "perfectly, wonderfully pareve." She says that the almond paste base makes the cookie satisfying, even without milk or margarine.
Each course is divided into meat (beef and poultry), dairy, and pareve categories; the first two, according to strict Jewish dietary law, may never be eaten together; in fact, Orthodox Jews wait several hours before partaking in one after the other.
Eager to portray Wilke as inquisitive about the world and "its mechanism of power" (144), Princenthal returns to her pre-illness body in Chapter 5, where she focuses on a nude photograph of "Wilke shaping an image of herself shaping her self-portraits" (144) that is related to her painted plaster and chocolate works known collectively as Venus Pareve (1982-4).
Each of these kitchens has fully equipped but separate areas for dairy, meat, and pareve (neutral) food preparation.
All PURETOL grades are Kosher, Halal and Pareve certified.
[12] Its audience is being asked to reflect on what they have just seen--that is, a museum which teaches about the Holocaust, but which one New York Holocaust educator described to me as 'pareve' (by which she meant devoid of any Jewish specificity).
All candies are certified kosher pareve by the Orthodox Union.
(40) Words like "challah," "matzah," "pareve," "latke," "Sephardic," "Ashkenazi," "felafel," and "seder," and even "kashrut" itself, have found their way into American usage in part through Jewish cookbooks.
The Croydon-born supermodel has reportedly been trying her hand at everything from chicken noodle soup to salt beef and potato latkes, non-dairy pareve carrot and honey cakes.
Manufacturing berry and other fruit wines, the operation earned Canadian certification as Kosher and Pareve for Passover in 2001.
Consumers see such products as being "safer," "healthier" and "better for you." Vegetarians have learned to trust the pareve (neither meat nor dairy) designation on kosher products because of the strictness that permits not even a trace of dairy via ingredient, equipment or handling.
If DNA from animals were used to modify plants, would the plants lose their neutral pareve status?
They are also certified Kosher and Pareve by Star K, and Halal by INFANCA.