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An overview of what it means to care for a client who keeps kosher, and how the caregiver can help prepare kosher foods.

Working in Kosher Homes

$125.00

An overview of what it means to care for a client who keeps kosher, and how the caregiver can help prepare kosher foods.

An overview of what it means to care for a client who keeps kosher, and how the caregiver can help prepare kosher foods.

Objectives:
  • Discuss the basic principles behind the kosher diet.
  • List at least three types of meat that are considered kosher.
  • Plan, shop and prepare kosher meals for kosher clients.
  • Safely adhere to the laws that govern food preparation in a kosher kitchen.
  • Seek out additional information–as the need arises–from reputable resources about the complicated laws of keeping kosher.

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Hours

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