The full quote from the Ritva is very interesting, but also makes your question a non question.
תשעה נטלו חזירים. יש שפירשו עמלק כדכתיב בו יכרסמנה חזיר מיער ועליהם אמרו בהגדה למה נקרא שמו חזיר שעתיד הקב"ה להחזירו לישראל לעתיד לבוא. ואין צורך לכך כי בספר הטבעים כתב שהצרעת ונגעים בחזירים הרבה בטבע:
Regarding the 9 out of ten measures of tzaraas in the ...
"Those who prepare themselves and purify themselves to the gardens,
[one] after another in the middle, those who eat the flesh of the
swine and the detestable thing and the rodent, shall perish together,"
says the Lord.
Speaks of those who deliberately flout the halachos of the Torah, such as eating חזיר, before the mashiach comes. ...
The Ohr ha-Chaim [on Lev. 11:7] says that in the Messianic Age God will change the pig's anatomy so that it chews its cud, and thereby become kosher.
What Isaiah said will happen first. At a later time the pig will become kosher.
In the time to Come the Holy One, blessed be He, will announce "Anyone who didn’t eat pig’s flesh may come and collect his reward." It is difficult – why announce about a negative mitzvah of eating, any more than the rest of the negative mitzvahs of other forbidden activities which do not pertain to eating. Further, why make such an announcement about pig, ...
It will sound crazy but I would suggest Rabbi Moshe Trager who is in California.
He has done a lot of work in his life with both supervision and actually owning and running a kosher restaurant. He’s a very talented and gifted guy.
He may be able to help you in a consulting capacity. He is currently serving as a Mohel in Southern California.
This is his ...
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Some suggestions from personal experience as a shopper:
Kosher grape juice and kosher wine (made from grapes) are important, as they are typically used for kiddush and havdala.
Full-sized matzo (such as this product, where each matzo wafer is 28 grams), as opposed to bite-sized or cracker-sized (such as this ...