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pareve

(pă-rev'),
Food containing neither meat nor milk products.
[Yiddish]

pareve

adjective Referring to a food lacking animal products, often equated to the term “non-dairy”.
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A sweet Maple Butter flavor with caramel and vanilla notes, it is water soluble and kosher pareve. Suggested usage levels are 0.03% to 0.25% and applications include frozen novelties.
Los productos estan certificados por media docena de organizaciones naturistas; tambien obtuvieron la calificacion kosher pareve --una certificacion religiosa judia que garantiza que los cuchillos empleados en la manufactura no se usan para matar animales-- lo que les permite vender, ademas de Mexico, en Estados Unidos, Francia, Alemania e Israel: --El ano pasado represente a los Pueblos Mancomunados en la feria Biofach celebrada en Nuremberg --se enorgullece Lopez.
Pareve is noted alongside each recipe to indicate that it can be eaten with either milk or meat.
-- Don't rely on pareve labeling to determine that a food product is milk free.
The packaging of kosher foods that don't contain milk or milk products are labeled "Pareve" or "Parve." If the product contains milk, it's labeled with a "D" or "K-D."
Hannah Wilke's rarely seen Venus Pareve, 1982-84, forces the Jewish female body to conform to gentile ideals of beauty, while Lieberman's Barbra Bush, 1994, and Ilene Segalove's audio performance Hanukkah, 1985, each addresses the strange but common conflation of Hanukkah and Christmas.
Giovanino, che era con noi, si discosto tanto, che io, il quale ero restato fuori a posta, per far passar tutti li ser.i loro, che restavano impediti dalla calca, non lo riveddi quando doppo haver cio fatto ero sollecitato dal Capitano a riserrami dentro, avanti che la furia del popolo ci crescessi piu addosso, et per cio mi pareve che poi a Pratolino facesse un poco l'intronfiato, perche non volse mangiare a tavola.
These patients had adverse reactions after eating frozen desserts labeled "non-dairy" or "pareve" (containing neither meat nor milk products), or processed meats with no milk products listed on their labels.
To celebrate this oily miracle, Jews all over the globe shallow and deep-fry any number of treats, both sweet and savory and spanning the kosher spectrum from pareve and dairy to meat.
In addition to being Kosher, Halal certified and Pareve approved, the No-Tox is formulated with the highest quality USP white mineral oils and food grade additives.
American Jewish bakers changed babka in at least one major way: They made it pareve, both so that it could be eaten after meat dinners and to make it easier to mass produce.
All of the bakery's breads are Certified Organic by Quality Assurance International, certified kosher Pareve and baked using all non-GMO ingredients, assuring customers of the highest possible standards, say company officials.