Among gentiles lasagne generally has cheese and meat and is not kosher. In my family “lasagne” refers to a cheese lasagne and if we were making one with meat it would be call “meat lasagne”. An coworker of mine said that in his house “lasagne” means meat, and if they were having one with cheese they’d call it a “cheese lasagne”. In your household what does lasagne mean?
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