The recipes in this collection include dairy ingredients like milk and cheese.
According to Kosher Law, meat must not be eaten in combination with dairy. However, fish and/or eggs with dairy are permitted. Some Sephardic traditions do not mix fish and dairy, but there is no Torah law forbidding the practice. Kosher Jews will wait 3-6 hours between a meat meal and a dairy meal, in order to fully cleanse the system. Dishes and utensils used for meat must not be used for dairy, and vice versa.
If you’re looking for recipes that can be included with a meat meal, check out my Dairy Free/Parve Recipe Category.