Disposing the Post Pesach Poundage – Kosher Dietetic Foods

It was a wonderful holiday. We spent time with our families, had a long chol hamoed to enjoy, visited many new places, and ATE LOTS OF FOOD! (it aint just potatoes and eggs anymore!)

With all the seudos and it’s delicious food behind us, (in us?) it’s time to step on the scale. (A novel way to do it without any heart palpitations is to just step up, and step off, all while keeping your eyes closed! So you can boast, I didn’t gain any weight J.)

This article is not here to tell you, do exercise and eat better. Although you really should!

I did my exercise by digging through all the food EZKOSHER has on its website, and built a list of specific Kosher food that will help you lose weight. As each person has their own diet guru and methodology that they swear by, I included a sampling of many popular diets. Happy Losing!

 

Low Carb :

Carbolicious Bread
Carbolicious Bread
Smart Carb Low Carb Cookies
Smart Carb Low Carb Cookies

Low Fat:

Hatov Small Curd Cottage Cheese Low Fat
Hatov Small Curd Cottage Cheese Low Fat
Mehadrin FitnFree Light Vanilla Yogurt
Mehadrin FitnFree Light Vanilla Yogurt

Low Calorie Diet:

rasberry
Mauzone Mania Chocolate Rasberry Fiber Fruit Tarts

Gluten Free Diet:

brown rice pasta
Goldbaums Brown Rice Pasta

Juice Diet:

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Bolthouse Farms Carrot Juice

Water Diet:

smartwater
Glaceau Smart Water

Seafood Diet:

dagim sole fillet
Dagim Sole Fillets

Mediterranean Diet:

liebers extra light olive olil
Leiber’s Extra Light Olive Oil

Vegetarian Diet:

bodek lunch
Bodek Lunch Box

Organic Diet:

heinz organic
Heinz Organic Tomato Ketchup

Which diet works for you? Please let us know in the comments section below. And remember to shop for all your dietetic (and all the cheating!) food on EZKOSHER.com. Look out for Dietetic Tags on products…coming soon!

Keep Smiling…Pesach is coming! Tips to Keep Pesach a Happy Time

So I asked a bunch of veteran balebustas for tips as I traverse the road leading toward Pesach. The best one I got was “Dirt is not Chometz and your children are not the Korban Pesach!” These valuable words of caution have put me in the right frame of mind as I tackle the Pesach Cleaning. Notice I didn’t say Spring Cleaning. That can wait ’til after Pesach 🙂
Here are some more good tips you might find pretty useful. Please use the comment section below to share any tips that can help .
  1. Have a stash of chocolate at the ready!

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2.  Clean your chandelier with a little Palmolive Dish Washing Soap mixed with vinegar. You’ll love the sparkle!

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3. Get your children to help by making it fun! Turn on the music, promise a small treat for when you finish each major chore, like “we will all sit down and eat ice-cream”.

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4. Ammonia works wonders for the stove pieces. Put them in a bag, pour in ammonia. (It doesn’t have to cover). Tie it closed and leave for a few hours or overnight. The fumes will make all the grease come off. (Precaution: Be sure not to breathe into to the fumes. It could be harmful.)

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5. Your local appliance repair doesn’t want you to know this but they make their livelihood by repairing wash machines where intrepid people put in their toys to clean. Do. Not. Put. In. Anything. Except. Clothing. In. Your. Machine!!! You can use your bathtub. Easy, fast and fun.

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6. Take a few minutes to make a calendar, working backwards from Erev Pesach. You’ll be organized, calmer and there’s nothing like making a big checkmark to mark a day of accomplishments.

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7. Clean your kitchen cabinets with Murphy Soap. The smell is not too harsh and it cleans like magic!

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8. Shop for all your cleaning supplies at EZKOSHER.com. And don’t forget to buy yourself a treat!

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