While daunting and labour intensive to transform a non-kosher kitchen into a kosher one each individual step is rather straightforward.
Offering guidelines on the various requirements to Kasher different kitchen appliances, both large and small.
There are vexing questions for Kashrut observers to address, when eating in non-Kosher homes of friends and family.
A hallmark of Conservative Jewish practice has been the understanding that it is possible to eat in non-Kosher restaurants responsibly.
As kashrut becomes part of our lives, it feels less like a burden and more like something to observe not just at home, but in all venues.
The Torah says which animals are kosher and may be eaten (after an appropriate process) and which animals are not.