The process of a Kasher product starts with water.
How to remove impurities that common filters do not?
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In addition to impurities that lower the quality and credibility of the product, we also have the danger of encountering creatures / species that will tell the Jewish biblical law of kashurut.
An example is the crustacean known as the copepod that comes in several species, is found in water worldwide and is perfectly harmless. But he is a distant cousin to the dreaded shrimp and lobster, shellfish whose consumption violates the biblical prohibition on eating aquatic creatures without fins and scales.
The ban only concerns species that can be seen with the naked eye – not, say, an amoeba – and the question of whether the copepod is indeed visible is central to the dispute. Some are so small that they are invisible, while others can grow up to a millimeter and a half in length, large enough to be seen in the water as small white dots.
Strict Rabbis ask restaurants and suppliers under their supervision to filter the water before using it for drinking and cooking, a policy that has quickly been adopted by many households as well. The policy considered different practical possibilities. The dishes can be washed by hand in unfiltered water, he said, if the dishes are towel-dried or left to dry without puddles of water in them.
But he also said that the water should not be filtered on Saturday, because one of the 39 varieties of work prohibited by the sages includes the “selection” or sifting of food, such as separating the wheat from the chaff or the raisins from the pasta pudding.
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