What Food Item Would You Like To See Get A Hecsher?

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  • #895412

    Jax
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    yeah i have not seen old city cafe cholov yisroel mac & cheese in local groceries! anyone know a store in brooklyn that they have seem em in that sells it still?!

    i used to live on that stuff way back in the day!

    #895413

    mazca
    Member

    Imagine, imagine the whole world kosher, just keep imagining because I dont think is going to happen, but of course it should be better.

    #895414

    Acai Berries are one of the highest sources of antioxidents unfortunately at this time there is no Kosher Source down under.

    #895415

    aaryd621
    Participant

    skittles

    #895416

    oomis
    Participant

    “and I thought I was the typo king… I humbly acknowledge your superiority in the typo-kingdom! “

    Well, at least finally someone is acknowledging my superiority in SOME thing!!!!!!!!

    #895417

    tamazaball
    Member

    NOW if everything were kosher.. we wouldnt feel like we were keeping kosher for real!!i feel that kosher is all about the sacrifices.

    #895418

    haifagirl
    Participant

    Oh yeah. One more restaurant. Gardens of Taxco in Los Angeles.

    #895419

    sammygol
    Member

    yankdownunder

    Why don’t you give those berries your own heimishe hechsher, using the old stipulation – vail s’is a “vegetabable”, vi azoi zugt men dus oif goyish, oder a frucht, is miz zahn kusher. Nish du kein chazir in dem, und nish kein goyishe milch, chas veshulem. Oich is du a ma’ase fun der heiliger yid fun pripitchek, vehr hot gegessen fershidene die “raspenberries” in vald ven ehr is antlofen fin die kozak’n, is deriber ale die berries kusher veyusher. Es gezinterheit!

    Chapt es ober bald, far die ale heimishe rabunim gehen shtemped daine frucht mit a million hechsheirim mit kleine oisiyos, und es geht cost der ganz reichkeit fin Koirach.

    #895420

    shaatra
    Member

    Does everyone not realize that when you find a not kosher resteraunt that IS kosher (like McDonalds, burger king, ect.) And it doesn’t taste as good as you expect is because there’s no dairy mixed with meat!!! They all LOVE McDonalds because there’s cheese on the burgers….so obviously its not as good as you expect because its just your old simple burger!

    #895421

    Jewess
    Member

    Do you really want to eat a 99 cent burger? I don’t. God knows if it’s not really horse meat.

    #895422

    sammygol
    Member

    Shaatra

    Do you remember kosher Nathan’s in Midwood? It was overpriced, greasy and tasteless. Hot dogs don’t have cheese, yet, it was so not special that one visit sufficed.

    #895423

    shaatra
    Member

    Sammygol: do I remember? No I do not lol. I’m only 18. And I don’t eat hot dogs. Especially from a resteraunt

    #895424

    mybat
    Member

    Shaatra I think kosher delight is better, and sammygol, Nathans in LA is good!! Never went to the one in midwood.

    My husband wishes nachos and cheese were kosher.

    #895425

    haifagirl
    Participant

    shaatra: Not all treif burgers have cheese. McDonald’s and Burger King and Wendy’s etc. all make burgers without cheese.

    #895426

    shaatra
    Member

    Mybat: I but tortia chips from the supermarket, lay it on a tray, take Haolam yellow cheese and cut it up on each nacho and stick it in the toaster for a few minutes its SOOO good!!! Try it!!!

    #895427

    d a
    Member

    shaatra, Nathans in Midwood was around just a couple of years ago. It was were Kings Terrece is now (Kings Highway and 9/8 Street)

    I want Southern Comfort to become Kosher again. I would like to buy some for my father. He really liked it! (I DO NOT drink!!!)

    #895428

    dunno
    Member

    lakewoodwife: i know it’s a lil late but i know someone who makes a cholov yisrael version of reeses peanut butter cups. i have tasted both (started keeping cholov yisrael a couple of years ago) and they taste the same! i’ll try to get you the recipe

    #895429

    Please do!

    #895430

    Ask her if she also has a recipe for Three Musketeers

    #895431

    d a
    Member

    dunno, no such thing as being “too late” when it comes to peanut butter cups!!!

    #895432

    dunno
    Member

    ha ha i’ll rush….u know the hersheys cookies n cream chocolate? someone once gave me a cholov yisrael version but i was never able to find it (i don’t know the company, etc). if anyone can please help with that i would be forever grateful 🙂

    #895433

    Please see the “Melamdin and Sugar” thread

    #895434

    lakewoodwife
    Member

    dunno- thanx that would be great! As was said before…It’s never too late for Reese’s

    #895435

    Chops
    Member

    I would like to see those gigantic bags of marshmallows that cost like one dollar kosher. wishfull thinking!

    #895436

    d a
    Member

    hey, dunno, wheres our recipes?!

    #895437

    dunno
    Member

    sorry for the delay…i’ve been really busy over the past few days..

    Ingredients:

    1. 2 packages of honey graham crackers (a total of 18 crackers) crushed

    2. 2 cups confectioners sugar

    3. 1 cup melted margarine

    4. 1 teaspoon vanilla

    5. 1 cup chunky peanut butter

    Topping –

    1. 1 cup chocolate chips

    2. 1/4 cup peanut butter

    Instructions:

    1. Combine crushed graham crackers, confectioners sugar, melted margarine, vanilla, and peanut butter.

    2. Beat until smooth.

    3. Fill each baking cup with mixture – about 2 tablespoons each. (An alternative is to put it all in a pan and then cut it)

    4. Melt chocolate chips and peanut butter together.

    5. Spread a thin layer on top of each mixture.

    6. Freeze and serve.

    Enjoy!!

    #895438

    dunno
    Member

    maybe this should also be posted in the recipe section…

    #895439

    tomim tihye
    Member

    BTW, if anyone wants to try KFC chicken, pour some Hunt’s bbq sauce over your chicken and bake at 350 for 1&1/2 hours or more, uncovered.

    When I served this easy chicken once, my in-laws were amazed that it tasted just like KFC’s.

    #895440

    oomis
    Participant

    I want KFC FRIED chicken to be kosher. Or at least to know how to make it myself.

    #895441

    ronrsr
    Member

    most of the secret spices in KFC chicken are:

    SALT.

    #895442

    d a
    Member

    80: I was wondering, your post above, “Please see the “Melamdin and Sugar” thread” was that really on topic or you were just trying to promote another thread? Not good! 🙂

    #895443

    emoticon613
    Member

    pop tarts! i miss them, that would really be great! yum, and cholov yisroel kripy kreme donuts. that was my biggest nisayon when i became cholov yisroel.

    #895444

    bpt
    Participant

    Enternmans chocolate pop-ems, hershey’s chocolate, nestles chrunch and Haggendaz ice cream.

    True, my “wish list” items have an OU (or at least they did back in the days), but they are not cholov yisroel, so I’ve gone without for more years than I can count!

    #895445

    bpt
    Participant

    I scrolled back a few pages to see what else people miss from their “fress-fest” and saw Hafiagirls post.

    As a FFB, I hang my head in shame and stand in awe of people like her and Oomis1005’s husband (and any other BTs out there).

    Haggendazz ice cream? That’s all I’m missing? They walked away from an entire lifestyle and plunged into very challenging one (one, I might add, we FFBs take for granted) and for them to see such petty whining from people like me about how much they miss pop-ems?

    Sorry. I stand properly chastized.

    #895446

    oomis
    Participant

    BP Totty, don’t feel bad. We EACH face our own personal nisyonos every day, and most of us are misgabeir on the Y”H.

    #895447

    HaLeiVi
    Participant

    I would want to see corn on the cob that doesn’t have bugs. Or at least a publicized method for killing the bugs before they run in between the kernels.

    #895448

    Curiosity
    Participant

    I WANT SOME DARN TOASTER STRUDELS!!!!

    #895449

    gaslight
    Member

    Yeah, Pop Tarts!

    #895450

    Bowwow
    Participant

    Lobster

    #895451

    Curiosity
    Participant

    Klal Yisroel is suffering!!.. why can’t the Pillsbury Doughboy go through geirus and bring us yeshuah?!?!

    #895452

    Shopping613 🌠
    Participant

    Those goldfish smacks that were kosher back like 8 years…..anything that’s not cholov yisroel!

    #895453

    SayIDidIt™
    Participant

    Curiosity: Were’d you put the Like™ button???

    #895454

    MorahRach
    Member

    Lucky charms cereal!

    #895455

    I recently discovered Ovomaltine (a Swiss chocolate brand) and Almdudler (an Austrian drink) are approved now by certain rabbonim. I almost bumped my head on the ceiling when I discovered that. Didn’t touch those things for the past 8 years or so (since I became frum). You can’t imagine how I felt!

    #895456

    shein
    Member

    What does “certain rabbonim” mean? That others disapprove? That it isn’t the known reliable hechsheirim?

    #895457

    interjection
    Participant

    lobster. and clams. I’m wicked curious!

    #895458

    @shein – yep, correct.

    I used to be rather strict about hechsherim (only Edah and Rav Landau) but nowadays, I rely on many others and eat cholov akum. Yes, I know I’m probably going to die for that.

    As for Switzerland, I rely on the IGB, ICZ and IRGZ.

    The Netherlands, NIK.

    Germany, ORD.

    Austria, IKG Wien.

    #895459

    iced
    Member

    TCG: Why did you drop your standards?

    #895460

    I don’t consider it dropping my standards, rather, I consider it being realistic. I was in a less than optimal mental state (and still am), suffering from a lot of stress and mental exhaustion. I’m not going to make my life any more difficult than it already is. I went through some pretty rough times. I’d rather focus on being stable on basic things than trying to outfrum everyone else and then dropping like a brick and becoming chiloni.

    #895461

    Curiosity
    Participant

    Wise man.

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