VIDEOS: Travel and Kashrus

As you prepare to fire up the grill for the summer or hit the road on vacation, countless Kashrut issues arise: Can I cook on a public grill in a park? Can I use a hotel room microwave? How should one pray on an airplane? These commonly asked questions and more are answered below.

Can you cook on a BBQ that has previously been used for Non-Kosher meat?
Can meat and fish be cooked on the same BBQ?
Can you eat cut fruit from an uncertified vendor?
Can you buy coffee from a non-kosher establishment or a kiosk?
May you purchase salad from an uncertified entity when traveling on the road?
What products am I permitted to eat from an ice cream store?
What are the Halachos in regards to prayer on an airplane?
What are the Kashrut issues with airline meals?
Can in-room hotel microwaves be used without kashering?
Is it permissible to take antihistamines or other medication without certification?

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