Milchig - dairy, refers to dairy products as well as dishes, utensils, and equipment used in their preparation.
Meaning "of milk" in Yiddish; used to identify any dairy product, utensil and equipment.
(MILL-khick) Yiddish for foods in the dairy category, therefore not mixable with meat products.
Yiddish word used to indicate dairy designation and any product which contains dairy ingredients. (Note: Kosher law does not allow meat and dairy to be mixed.) No Glossary Terms Found For This Letter No Glossary Terms Found For This Letter
Foods derived from milk or milk products.
Yiddish term referring to dairy-based foods that must be kept separate from meat and meaty products.
Means 'dairy' in Yiddish. According to rabbinic Judaism dairy products cannot be used with meat products, kitchen utensils are kept separate to designate if they are for dairy (milchig) or meat (fleishig). The actual command in Scripture in Exodus 34:26b reads: "Thou shalt not seethe a kid in his mother's milk." It is from this passage the rabbis interpreted that no meat should be consumed with dairy.
"Milk," used to denote dairy foods, meals or equipment.
Yiddish - "of milk". Describing food that contain milk products, or the equipment that is used with milchig food.
Yiddish: dairy. Used to describe kosher foods that contain dairy products and therefore cannot be eaten with meat. See Kashrut - Separation of Meat and Dairy.