WebDef: Kosher

Ko·sher /kōSHər/ – Adjective: Anything genuine, acceptable, and legitimate.

The word originally meant food that conforms to kashrut (Jewish dietary law), first set out in the Torah, in the books of Leviticus and Deuteronomy, as well as in the Talmud. Jewish dietary law is about more than simply health and cleanliness. The practice of discernment, of eating what is genuine, acceptable and legitimate, helps with a wider discernment in other areas of life.

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