What does kosher pareve mean? January 14, 2012 by Pamela Landy · Filed Under: World Cultures Kosher pareve means food that is neutral. That is, fruits, vegetables, and eggs, and can be eaten with either meat or dairy products. The two other main categories of kosher food are mikhig (dairy) and fleishig (meat). Related PostsWhat does the symbol © a circled U on kosher food represent?What does the word Mafia mean and what does the word Cosa Nostra mean?What does Chicago amnesia mean?What does to be hoist by one’s own petard mean?Why does the phrase Swan Song mean a farewell or goodbye?