Fleishig - meat, denotes meat and poultry products, as well as dishes and utensils used in their preparation.
Meaning "of meat" in Yiddish. Used to identify meat products, utensils and equipment.
(FLAY-shick) Yiddish word for foods in the meat category and therefore not mixable with milk products under kosher regulation.
Yiddish word used to indicate meat designation and any product which contains meat ingredients. (Note: Kosher law does not allow meat and dairy to be mixed.)
Foods derived from meat or meat products.
Means 'meat' in Yiddish. According to rabbinic Judaism, dairy products cannot be used with meat products, so kitchen utensils are kept separate to designate if they are for dairy (milchig) or meat (fleishig).
"Meat," used to identify food products or areas of preparation in a kitchen where meat is handled and prepared.
Yiddish - "of meat". Describing food that contain meat products, or the equipment that is used with fleishig food.
Yiddish: meat. Used to describe kosher foods that contain meat and therefore cannot be eaten with dairy. See Kashrut - Separation of Meat and Dairy.