Progressive Judaism > Kashrut
The Kashrut policy in Shir Hatzafon is that as many as possible should be able to participate in our events. Unless else is being notified, put-luck meals are to be Pareve (neutral) or milchedik (dairy) ie. the food may be vegetarian, and can include kosher fish and dairy products.
Kosher fish must have scales and fins. Mussels, shrimp, pangasius, lump fish, eels are not kosher. For dairy products, avoid gelatin and animal rennet.
When meat is served at a Shir Hatzafon event, eg. Pesach Seder or summer barbecues, the then meat will be kosher and supplied by Shir Hatzafon. On such occasions dairy products may not be served.
Kosher products can be found in several places if you have eyes with him. There are a myriad of different kosher symbols. At About.com: Kosher Food can find a guide to the most common kosher symbols.
Kosher products is available in Copenhagen at the following locations:
NB: Supervised by MT's chief rabbi. The MT kosher list is available at MTs hjemmeside.
NB: Selection of kosher products
The following stores carry some kosher-labeled products: