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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of kosher.


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  • And if Jews get a free pass, do I have to be Jewish to buy koshered meats?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The FDA to Target Salt

  • Many would take care to remove the sciatic nerve and the fat portions attached to the stomach and intestines from their meat, and some even washed and koshered their meat as well.


  • They would be sent out of the kitchen on errands so as not to be present while meat was being koshered or while certain dishes were being prepared.


  • You know, there's a group of rabbis in the United States that have done very, very well in China just by koshering food because companies all over the world that want to import Chinese food insist that somebody look at the food, so they get it to be koshered.

    CNN Transcript May 9, 2007

  • I'm sure those selling this material to Chabad houses and religious Jewish communities honestly believe they've koshered it and are bringing only the benefits.

    Israelated - English Israel blogs

  • The White House kitchen has to be koshered because the food will be served up from there.

    Politics Daily

  • I don’t know your meat, but our meat is already koshered, so it’s got salt.

    Tessie and Pearlie

  • Transcript Chicagoans at Obama Hanukkah party; White House kitchen koshered.

    Sister Toldjah


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