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Kosher

Kosher Is: The Set Of Religious Rules That Govern The Nutrition Of Observing Jews. The Hebrew Word "Kasher O Kosher" Means According to the Law, Allowed, The Main Rules Derived From The Bible - The Torah

Kosher Is: The Set Of Religious Rules That Govern The Nutrition Of Observing Jews. The Hebrew Word "Kasher O Kosher" Means According to the Law, Allowed, The Main Rules Derived From The Bible - The Torah

Here are some rules

Some Practical Rules That For More Three-Thousand Years Have Been Observed by Jews Worldwide

It is forbidden to mix meat and dairy products in the same meal: in three steps Torà recommends not to cook "the kid in his mother's milk". Starting from this norm, the rabbinic tradition has forbidden the mixing, the cooking, and the profit from meat and milk cooked together.

It is forbidden, therefore, in the same meal, to cook the milk (or its derivatives, for instance, the butter) with meat of any animal, both quadruped (ex. beef) and volatile (ex. chicken meat).

For this reason, the observant Jews have two services of different plates and dishes, separate compartments in the refrigerator, and also separate sponges.

Animals allowed

The animals allowed are those that are ruminants and that have the hoof cracked i.e. split into two parts, such as the cow, calf, sheep, goat, etc. The animals NOT allowed are those that do not have both signs ... such as, for example, the rabbit, the pig, the horse, etc.

Excluded from Jewish cuisine, for example, are all animals defined as impure (those with hoofs or nails that are cracked and do not ruminate), marine animals without scales and without fins (no crustaceans or molluscs are allowed), birds of prey and reptiles.

Slaughtering or Shechita- The ritual of slaughtering animals allowed so-called shechita, must be done by a competent Rabbi called "Shochet" who has the competence to do it, ie must know the rules in depth and have a license provided by the Jewish Community. Slaughter involves killing the animal with a single cut to the throat made with a very sharp knife and without any defect or scratch on the blade of the knife so as to cause immediate death and complete bleeding. Then the internal organs of the animal are examined to check that there are no defects or traces of disease that make it impure: this operation is called "bediqat," or control. Any animal not slaughtered according to the rules is automatically impure, illegal.

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