6th October 2019

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What animals are forbidden to eat in the Bible?

According to Leviticus, clean meat is defined as the meat of every animal that has the hoof cloven in two and chews the cud. (4) Examples of clean meat include the ox (cattle), buffalo, sheep, goat, deer, gazelle, antelope and mountain sheep, just to name a few.

In respect to this, is Pheasant kosher to eat?

The first step in kosher meat is the actual species of meat. Chicken, turkey, duck and geese are all kosher species; there are varying varying traditions regarding the kashrut of other fowls, such as quail, pheasant, squab and pigeons. Birds of prey are generally not kosher.

What are some examples of kosher food?

Kosher food is separated into three different categories, Meat, Dairy and Pareve. Meat: Mammals that chew their cud and have split hooves are deemed kosher. They must have both of these characteristics in order to be rendered kosher for example: cow, deer, and goat.

Is it kosher to eat giraffe?

Misconception: Although the giraffe is a kosher animal, it is not slaughtered because it is not known where on the neck to perform the shechitah (ritual slaughter).
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