Free Pesach Cheatsheet | The 67 Products that DON’T Need a Special KLP Hechsher!

Pesach is right around the corner and the bills sure are mounting quickly, huh?!

One of the best — and easiest — ways to save money at this time of year is by buying the same products you do year-round, rather than paying a massive mark-up on specialty KLP products.

Of course, you can’t do this with everything, but you can with a whole lot of items! And when you have to buy all new everything once a year, a little bit of savings can add up real quick.

And yet, every single year, I find myself standing in the middle of the grocery store, looking for some wifi coverage, so I can Google, “Does sugar need a special KLP hechsher?”

Every.single.year.

Assuming I’m not the only one (hey! It’s hard to remember this stuff from one year to the next!), I am so excited to share with you this handy dandy Pesach Cheatsheet I created with the 67 food & non-food items that do not require a special Passover hechsher.

To download your Passover cheatsheet, just share your name & email address with me below and click the green button!

If you are already signed up for KOAB emails, no need to fill out this form. Just check your email inbox, as you should already have this awesome cheatsheet waiting for you!

 

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  1. Thank you so much for this helpful list.

  2. Thank you! Baruch HaShem!

  3. Deborah Sherman says:

    Thanks

  4. it’s not working

    • Mara Strom says:

      Can you tell me at which stage in the process you are having trouble, so I can help? What exactly isn’t working for you?

  5. I put in my email address,push “yes I want it” and nothing happens.

    • Mara Strom says:

      Tam – Please check your inbox. You should have an email from me, with instructions on how to approve your subscription and then download the file. If you don’t get it, please feel free to email me and I will check on my end that you’re in the system. mara @ kosheronabudget.com.

  6. Sara Goldberg says:

    I am not able to print the list. What am I doing wrong?

  7. Thank you for the list, but I am not able to print it. I’m subscribed to your newsletter, and received the link to the blog post via email, but nothing that allows me to print the (incredibly useful and well-designed) chart!

  8. susan LEVIN says:

    nothing happens when I hit YES I WANT IT

    • Mara Strom says:

      Susan, please email me at mara @ kosheronabudget.com and I can check what’s going on. It sounds like you’re already subscribed to KOAB.

  9. I know this doesn’t apply to everyone, but, baby formula!
    https://oukosher.org/passover/articles/baby-formula/

  10. Nothing happens when I put in my email address and click “Yes, I want it!” I already get your emails, but I haven’t gotten anything since Monday, March 5. Please send it to me: [email protected]

    Shabbat Shalom and Shavua Tov

    • Mara Strom says:

      Helene — According to the email service provider, your email address is currently “undeliverable”, which means you mean need to “whitelist” [email protected] to get mail from me. In the meantime, I am forwarding this email to you from my personal email (kosheronabudget @ gmail.com) right now.

  11. Barbara says:

    I’m having the same problem as Malka Bracha Safrin and “Helene” – won’t accept my email address. I’ve disabled my pop up blocker and ad blocker, but still won’t accept. Please send to me at bstrashungmail dot com. Thank you and Shabbat Shalom!(or shavua tov I guess by the time you see this!)I am also already subscribed to your emails.

    • Mara Strom says:

      Hi Barbara – Shavua tov! I am sorry it was giving you issues! I just manually subscribed you to the list. Check your email, as you will have an activation email from me to confirm your subscription (if you don’t see it right away, try your spam box!)

  12. Bracha Silverstone says:

    You say the list is from the OU 2018 Guide for Passover. When I looked up Meat and Poultry in the OU 2018 Guide for Passover, I found a specific list of companies and types of meat/poultry from each of those brands that are ok without Passover certification but I do not see a general statement about kosher certified meat and poultry in its original packaging not needing Passover certification. Can you point me to where I can find that general statement?

  13. Do you know how many of these are applicable to Israel as well?
    Thanks!

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