- Describes willingness of otherwise kosher-observant person to eat in non-supervised restaurant; connotation is that they will not eat non-kosher food (meat, shellfish etc), but are not concerned about the status of food prepared in otherwise non-kosher kitchen.
- "He's kosher but eats out."
- "Do you eat out?"
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Who Uses This
Orthodox: Jews who identify as Orthodox and observe halacha (Jewish law)
Used especially in early stages of social negotiation. An indicator of position on the Orthodox spectrum.
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