Saying back to school time is an adjustment is definitely an understatement… After two months of summer break, getting back into a structured routine can some getting used to. You need to get back into the habit of…. Waking up early… Organizing carpool… Doing homework… Oh and of course packaging healthy lunches!! Of course in […]
Omnitsky Kosher will be closed Monday, September 4th for Labour Day. Regular hours will resume September 5th. Doing anything fun Labour Day weekend? Share your plans in the comments below.
Traveling while keeping kosher can feel a little intimidating at first… but like any struggle in life the more you practice the easier it gets. Of course, you can pick it up and learn to compromise on your own through trial and error… But don’t forget, you can also learn from those who have already […]
Happy Monday! We hope you have been taking advantage of this beautiful August weather and are enjoying it as much as we are. We are closed today for the long weekend, but no need to worry. Our business hours are standard the remainder of the week.
Kosher cooking is found all over the world. The common bond of all kosher food is its adherence to Jewish dietary laws known as the “Kashrut”, but besides this, there is a rich and exciting array of regional cuisines from all over the world that can all be called kosher. The kosher cooking is renowned […]
If you are looking for guilt-free yummy food, you can’t go wrong with healthy and tasty Kosher food from Omnitsky’s Kosher Deli. You can also find Eppy’s Kosher label on a variety of wieners in select grocery stores in the lower mainland and on Vancouver Island that are perfect for preparing meals at home.
For a hit of your favourite kosher, head to Omnitsky’s Kosher Deli at 5775 Oak Street in Vancouver where you can order food to die for or shop at the kosher grocery. Our delicatessen has a large selection of fresh meat, poultry, and taste treats just like your bubbe (grandmother) used to make.
Pastrami! That delicious, salty, spicy flavour that tastes great on Rye, coupled with a great big slice of deli kosher pickle. Who can deny the old world flavour? And the old world is exactly where this wonderful meat originated.
The name “Pastrami” originates from the Romanian word “pastramă”.