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kosher, KOSHER FOOD milk & meat cooking utensils are also kept separate., At Passover, in addition to all this, no chametz can be eaten. Nor can dishes be used that have ever been in contact with hametz. separate set of dishes Orthodox families have separate sets of knives/plates/ dishwashers/tablecloths, etc etc for passover., KOSHER FOOD PASSOVER At Passover, in addition to all this, no chametz can be eaten. Nor can dishes be used that have ever been in contact with hametz., cooking utensils are also kept separate. another fence around the torah... most families that keep kosher also have separate milk and meat tablecloths, dishcloths, shelves in the fridge..some have separate dishwashers., Birds & their eggs e.g. chicken quail turkey duck pigeon dove, KOSHER FOOD types of foods Only fish with scales and fins, Only fish with scales and fins neither milk nor meat Like plants, fish is neutral (PAREVE), and can be eaten with milk., Cows, Goats, Sheep Deer Antelope milk Their milk is kosher as well., Like plants, fish is neutral (PAREVE), and can be eaten with milk. however there is always an exception! Iraqi Jews will not eat fish with milk. This is a Fence around the Torah, to stop accidental eating of meat and milk., almost all fruit and veg is OK forbidden fruit? No, all fruit and veg are kosher, some rabbis say some things can never be eaten because they usually have insect infestations.