Kashrut/Dietary Laws QuizThe rules of kashrut dictate which animals can be eaten, how to slaughter animals, and how to separate meat and dairy. How much do you know about the details of and reasons behind kashrut?
Question 1. What does "pareve" mean?
A food that cannot be eaten with meat or dairy.
A food that is neither meat nor dairy.
A knife with which a kosher animal is killed.
Question 2. Which of the following animals is not kosher?
Question 3. What does terefah mean?
Question 4. To be considered kosher, what two characteristics must birds have?
Be capable of flight and not be birds of prey
Build nests and molt
Have webbed feet and not be birds of prey
Be capable of flight and build nests
Question 5. True or false: Both mammals and birds have to be slaughtered in a certain way in order to be kosher.
Question 6. If a metal utensil becomes non-kosher (by coming in contact with non-kosher products), how can it be made kosher?
By exposing it to cold
By exposing it to heat
By cleaning it rigorously
It can never be made kosher again
Question 7. Glatt (as in "glatt kosher") is a Yiddish term meaning what?