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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Kosher Foods Pre-Paring the meat -Kosher law prohibits causing any pain to the animal while being killed, this type of slaughter is called "Shehitah"( .-After the animal is slaughter you must get rid of certian fats and veins; Then soak it in water with no blood ( Before you consoume the meat themeat must be purifed by being soaked incold water and then being salted (Schiffman). Foods/drinks that can be eaten-Only certain birds may be eaten such as goose, duck turkey, and chicken ( of Kosher birds may not contain blood ( from trees planted within the past 3 years may not be eaten, ( -Beverages made from grapes may only be consumedif the grapes came from a Kosher wine factory or per-pared under strict ribbinical supervision( Traditions-Fasting is not eating food or a certain type of food for a certain amount of period (Smith).-A lot of Orthodox Jews follow the coustom of having the bride and groom fast on the day before theirwedding (Smith). Dairy and meat may not be eaten together.-The torah says" You may not cook a young animal in the milk of its mother"(ex.23:19) ( .-Meat and dairy may not be eaten, served, or cooked together ( - Dairy products may not contain any meat productsor perspectives ( .-Kosher law says dairy Products may not be eaten with meat,must be separated (Shiffman).- People who choose to go by kosher lawmust keep dishes separatefor meat and dairy products (Schiffman) . Work cited Smith, Jonathan Z. Fast. World Book, 2015. Web. 16 Jan. 2015Schiffman, Lawrence H. Kosher. World Book Student. World Book, 2015. Web. 16 Jan. 2015What does Kosher Mean? 2015. web. 23 January 2015. 2015 web. 23 January 2015 By:Alyssa Garcia
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