Frozen treats are a staple, not only in America, but the world over. It seems no one is immune from the creamy lure of ice cream, ice pops, or paletas. However, for those of us who have special dietary requirements, such as eating kosher, understanding what we can and cannot eat is important.
What Is Kosher Dairy?
In order to be considered kosher dairy the following requirements must be met.
- The dairy product must be taken from a kosher animal. These animals include, cows, goats, sheep, and even deer. Non-kosher animals would be pigs, horses, and rabbits; along with a couple more.
- All ingredients contained within must not be mixed, or contaminated by meat. Even using the same utensil for dairy and meat is considered non-kosher. This means no gelatin in ice cream, or rennet in cheeses.
- The entire process, from production, processing, and packaging must follow kosher guidelines and use kosher equipment to ensure the highest quality.
When it comes to eating sweets, there’s no denying Americans love their candy. Whether you love mints, chocolate bars, tootsie rolls, gummies or sours, there’s no shortage of candy options available.
- The average American chows down on nearly 25 pounds of candy each year and more than half of that candy eaten is chocolate bars.
- About 25% of Americans have at least one piece of candy every single day.
- Americans older than 18 eat 65% of candy that’s made each year.
- Americans love chocolate. More than two billion pounds of chocolate are eaten by Americans every year, which works out to more than 11 pounds per person.
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Any large event calls for a meal for everyone involved, and this can be for lunch or dinner (though breakfast is sometimes catered, too). Events such as a sports game, a charity obstacle course run, an outdoor concert, a birthday party, or a corporate meeting may call for large-scale lunch or dinner options for everyone involved, food catering is a fine way to do that. Food caterers can be found in nearly any city or town, and all kinds of food from Mexican to salads can be ordered. Some people may be in the mood for barbecue catering, and BBQ is a popular lunch idea across the United States. Today’s barbecue catering can offer a variety of smoked or grilled meats and side dishes such as corn on the cob, as well as refreshing drinks of all kinds. Barbecue specials may also be available during some times of the year or if a caterer has a special deal ongoing, and customers may look for such opportunities. What is there to know about ordering from a caterer, and eating out in general?
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