unkosher

unkosher

(ʌnˈkəʊʃə)
adj
(Judaism) Judaism not conforming to Jewish religious law, esp (of food) by not being prepared in accordance with the dietary laws
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(9.) Textual allusions to Oreo as unkosher also illustrate how Ross's naming of the character functions both as a reclaiming of a racial slur, as well as a reference to the fact that at the time, the cookies upon which the slur was based were made with lard, and thus unkosher.
How can you tell if an animal is a treyfah, unfit, unkosher for slaughter?
In making these remarks, Horowitz critiqued a generation of rabbis who had warned against Jewish emigration to America, as well as those who came to America but viewed it with disdain, who called it not a land of gold (goldene medine) but an impure and unkosher land (treyfene medine).
As you know, the laws of kashrut dictate that pigs are inherently unkosher: "And the swine, though he divide the hoof, and be clovenfooted, yet he cheweth not the cud; he is unclean to you" (Leviticus, 11:7).
Totie Fields, developed a distinctive brand of unruly womanhood that Sarah Blacher Cohen calls the "unkosher comedienne." Beyond their invasion of "the holy sphere of the Jewish male comic," and their violation of "the code of edelkeit or gentility observed by respectable Jewish women," the unkosher comediennes "disbar themselves from performing Judaism's central commandment for women: the enforcement of the ritual of kashrut--keeping kosher, keeping clean.
This huge fellow had been involved with some very unkosher things before his imprisonment.
You can order a decidedly unkosher grilled calamari in Eilat or go clubbing in Tel Aviv even after Sabbath begins on Friday night.
The text states that this bird comes in two varieties, one of them called after Shabur ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] <Sbwr 'ndrpt'>) and kosher, and the other called [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] <pyrwz 'ndrpe'> after the man's name Peroz and unkosher. Note that each andrcyta bird is associated with a Persian personal name, and indeed a royal name.
Could you make an unkosher or defiled knife kosher by throwing it into dirt?
Others, rejecting the unkosher swill we were offered--mostly cabbage soup afloat with lard or a freshwater insect called a crawfish--fell from malnourishment.
April 2009 Coca-Cola's kosher-for-Passover Coke, made with sugar instead of unkosher HFCS, flies off the shelves at supermarkets nationwide.
To feel the balmy Lake Ontario breezes waft over us, to vicariously imbibe the forbidden, because unkosher, hot dogs, to hear the resounding smack of ball against bat, to watch Now-You-See-It-Now-You-Don't McDougall strike out player after player, what more could two adventure-starved teenagers ask for?