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10 craziest kosher for Passover products

kosher for passover insanityI was schooled last night by my wife who told me that makeup and cosmetics have to be kosher for pesach, whether or not this is the halacha or the social halacha determined by kashrus organizations wishing to scare everyone into submission to their evil price gouging schemes is beyond me. I was always taught that if dogs weren’t interested in eating it, it didn’t make a difference if there was chometz inside. Based on all the crazy pesach products coming out of Israel, I assume that the dogs in Israel are so malnourished that they eat toilet plungers, cigarettes, and duct tape.

1) when’s the last time you saw a dog munching on duct tape?
kosher for pesach duct tape

2) I haven’t hesard any reports of whether dogs actually eat this stuff, but pet food makes sense that it needs to be kosher l’pesach. Everyone knows that some very poor folks will eat dog food in order to be able to afford yeshiva tuition – now that’s mesiras nefesh. I just wonder if those same people can afford pesachdike dog food.
kosher dog food

3) Before we jump to conclusions, let us remember that as Orthodox Jews we tend to be conservative and all for unchecked capitalism, since that is the case, my assumption is that whomever is stupid enough to think that their toilet plunger needs to be kosher for pesach deserves to be ripped off. Would make a good gag gift though.
kosher for pesach toilet plunger

4) We’ve all seen the picture of the dogs playing poker and smoking, if dogs are willing to smoke, then obviously it needs to be kosher for pesach.

5) My dog sure as hell wouldn’t eat this crap
passover pizza

6) Fine, I admit it, I love licking the chometz off the back of masking tape.
pesach tape









7) Yes, it’s from last year, but if you’re of pure blood chassidish stock you may have a myth in your family about the goyim who tried to mess with the Jews by putting bread crumbs in the well on Pesach. Oh and Saltwater is such a pain in the neck to make.
kosher for passover salt water

In all honesty I could only find 7 items worthy of the list, if you can send me any items you think should be on the list – I’d be more than happy to post them. Send pictures of crazy pesach items to frumsatire@gmail.com

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  • A. Nuran April 2, 2014, 9:52 AM

    Turkey tails are twenty bucks for a thirty pound box at the restaurant supply store. Let Fido eat those for Pesach. Cheaper than the canned food and doesn’t contain any chometz the bird didn’t eat.

  • Ephraim April 2, 2014, 10:46 AM

    Haven’t got any pictures, but I heard that some years ago here, in the UK, they were selling kosher lePesach toilet roll!

  • Batya Medad April 2, 2014, 11:01 AM

    What about the bleach and other poisonous cleaning products?

  • Talia bat Pessi April 2, 2014, 11:52 AM

    My dog would eat any and all of those things.

  • Batya Medad April 2, 2014, 11:56 AM

    This post is included in  Nissan, I’ll Need a Miracle to be Ready for Passover Kosher Cooking Carnival. Please read, comment and share, thanks.

  • just sayin April 3, 2014, 2:03 AM

    a VIDEO!! of pesach pillows for sale and matching? stuff?

    • artichoke April 3, 2014, 7:54 AM

      The music is just classic

      • dumpster diva April 11, 2014, 10:26 PM


  • zwe April 3, 2014, 9:49 AM

    There is a famous story from a small villiage in rural South Africa. There was once a large Jewish community in the villiage but over time people either passed away or moved out. Eventually, there was only 1 Jew left in the villiage. He was loved by all the villagers and eventually when he passed away, the goyim buried him in the Jewish cemetery. They thought it appropriate to put something Jewish on his tombstone and this is how the 1st Kosher LePesach Tombstone was made.

    • zuter April 4, 2014, 9:04 AM

      Yes, it’s true. One version with a photo is on chabad.org. Slightly different details in this book.

    • Joe Q. April 9, 2014, 9:00 AM

      In the Canadian Jewish News, every year around Pesach time, local businesses and politicians buy ad space to send Passover greetings to the community. A couple of years back the headline on one such ad read “Happy Passover” in English and “??? ????” in Hebrew.

  • rebbe shlomo April 4, 2014, 7:58 AM

    there is no limit to insanity

  • sheriff frank April 12, 2014, 9:33 PM

    What about the Bedatz kosher L’Pesach toilet bowl cleaner.

    • A. Nuran April 14, 2014, 12:38 AM

      If you eat toilet bowl cleaner you’re going to have worse problems than violating kashrut

  • Buck Disqus April 17, 2014, 8:29 PM

    I don’t know if this qualifies since they aren’t exactly “sold”
    as “kosher for Passover products” but I for one am going crazy from morons at the seder talking about saving the whales, saving the poor gay jihadistinians, and ALL the tikkun olam BS at the seder.

    Here’s an idea. Leftist jinos have 357 days of the year (yes, goyish calendar) to feel guilty about being Jewish, cutting Israel in half and helping everyone else out except Jews.


    So stop selling us this bolshivicker narishkeit about how “Passover is about social justice”, and just STHU and eat.

    • Angela August 26, 2014, 7:28 AM

      I’m Messianic and trying to learn the Law, but in dealing with my friends and family I totally agree with Buck about the Lefties and their idiotic agenda. Looks like its all about their mislaid guilt. (and it gets up my butt!) Hey Libs, just gimme my Feast Days without your commie banter and you can have the rest of the year.

  • Yosef Shomron April 19, 2014, 12:36 PM

    I wouldn’t rely on the “dog test” to determine if something contains chametz. My dogs here in Israel are getting on fine with plenty of imported and local brands of dry dog food that are grain free. It has nothing to do with the dog “keeping kosher”. A Jew can’t own/benefit from Chametz during Pesach.

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