(Closed) Kosher Food

posted 8 years ago in Food
Post # 3
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258 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

Hi-Unsure where to order Kosher meat online. However, I’m a bit confused. I’m shocked a kosher caterer will let you supply your own kosher meat because I would think this is where they make there money.  As to save money have you thought of going with a dairy meal or vegetarian? I know it’s not the same but it can help with the costs and especially if you’re in a spot where there are not lots of choices. What state are you located? Can your synogogue or Rabbi give you a Glatt Kosher meat supplier?

Post # 5
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177 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

Hi, hope this helps http://www.mealmart.com or http://www.mazursmarketplace.com (I think I did the links correct Smile ).  I asked Mr. Stix (he grew up Kosher in Queens) and he suggested these 2 sites.  His sister is getting married next year and is actually bringing the kosher meals to the reception for her Orthodox guests.  The site we’re looking at actually provides the meals (no extra charge). These should help, I would even suggest contacting them to see if there’s a place closer to where you are that can help.

Post # 6
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258 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

No problem at all. I’m sure you already know this but if you end up buying kosher meat and giving it to a regular caterer, it’s no longer kosher because the pots and pans they cook it in of course are not kashered.

Any synagogue that is orthodox, should be able to give you meat ordering information, even if you’re not a member. You can also try your local Jewish Community Center or Jewish federation. Again, you shouldn’t have to be a member to get answers, just start with a couple of phone calls. Chances are you’ll need to order from a big city.

When my parents 1st got married (and kept kosher), they moved from CT to North Dakota. Not much in the way of kosher food there so everything would get shipped in from either Chicago or Canada. But yes, if you stick with vegetarian, your life will be a lot easier. best of luck.

Post # 9
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177 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

Sorry I knew I wouldn’t get it right.  It’s all about the cut and paste, cut and paste Laughing

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