Is The Kosher Mason Jar For You?
- Do you keep kosher?
- Do you rather eat fresh, clean food than processed food?
- Do you just love mason jars?
If you answered one or all of these questions with a loud, resounding “Yes!”, The Kosher Mason Jar is your inspirational source for kosher, clean eating every day, for Shabbat and on Jewish holidays.
Who We Are
Hi, we are Hannah and Jeremy, the founders of The Kosher Mason Jar. We are a husband-and-wife-team and we own a full-service inbound marketing agency called 3P Creative Group. The Kosher Mason Jar is our creative outlet for our passion for yummy, clean food, Italian cuisine and of course Mason Jars. And since we keep kosher, it just makes sense to keep this blog to recipes that follow the Kashrut guidelines.
Why The Kosher Mason Jar?
The idea for this website came during Passover preparations. Every year in the early spring time, I am flabbergasted. I guess, I should be used to this by now, but the way most people do their Passover shopping is absolutely mind-boggling to me. The amounts of proceed crap that is sold and bought is outrageous.
You walk into any kosher supermarket or kosher aisle, you could get the impression that there will be no food available every again and we need to stack as many jars of over-sweet tomato sauces and fake blueberry pancake mixes in our cart as possible – otherwise we will starve!! I don’t try to substitute. Meaning, I don’t make fake rolls or fake pancakes for Passover. I make real food. Made at home from real, whole ingredients.
I don’t try to substitute. Meaning, I don’t make fake rolls or fake pancakes for Passover. I make real food. Made at home from real, whole ingredients.
As part of my cooking, I use a lot of mason jars. I make jam in the summer, apple butter in the fall, pickled red cabbage in the winter. I use them as measuring cups, as storage, as drinking glasses, and as mixing vessels. And of course, I use mason jars in my craft projects.
I hope you enjoy this blog and find many inspirational ideas to get you started or keep you going on your kosher, clean-eating journey.