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Anonymous asked in TravelAfrica & Middle EastIsrael · 1 decade ago

Isreali meat...........?

Is it all Kosher or is there non-kosher meat?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    You can get both kosher and non-kosher meat in Israel, it depends where you shop.

    ImpaKt: Our religion teaches us to tell the truth.

    It is your religion (Islam, undoubtedly), which encourages its followers to lie in order to gain power, territory, riches, and influence.

    It is in your Quran.

    As the old saying goes: "People is glass houses shouldn't throw stones!"

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The kosher diet or that a food is kosher is a thing that to almost all sounds to us it to have heard or read but it is perhaps the moment for knowing it a little. You would like to know you rule basic of the kosher diet and so that it is so important for the Jews? The kosher diet or to kasher follows you rule of the Kashrut that is the set of Jewish dietetic laws that consist in the Levítico (one of five books of the Tanaj). The word Kosher or Kasher means " apto" or " adecuado" and it designates to the foods " aptos" in order to help us in our physical and spiritual well-being. Taref would indicate the foods that separate to us from our spiritual way (the opposite that the foods of the Kosher diet).Suitable foods kosher or Terrestrial animal: we can eat terrestrial animal that are simultaneously ruminant and have the divided hoof (the bull, the cow, the ewe and the lamb). He would be then foods kosher. At the outset it is not so easy to distinguish advisable foods. Thus we see that the horse in spite of being ruminant does not have the divided hoof and would not be Kosher but Taref (injurious) and we could not eat its meat. Marine animal: we can eat marine animal whenever they have fins and grudges simultaneously. Thus we will see that they are Kosher the sardine, the mere one, the carp, the salmon, the anchovy, the herring, the tuna, the corvina, etc. However they are Taref or not allowed the shark, the dolphin (in spite of having fins they do not have grudges), the squid, the sepia, the shrimps or calamaries and all the molluscs and crustaceans (mussels, oysters, prawns, etc.) Birds: we can eat, in the Kosher diet, all the birds except the scavenging animals and predatory or the carnivores. Are allowed birds or Kosher the duck, goose, the chicken, the hen and the dove They are prohibited or they are Taref the ostrich, the pelican, the gull, the pheasant, the vulture, the crow (all the other scavenging animals), the eagle, the hawk (all the other birds predatory).Suitable foods kosher or Terrestrial animal: we can eat terrestrial animal that are simultaneously ruminant and have the divided hoof (the bull, the cow, the ewe and the lamb). He would be then foods kosher. At the outset it is not so easy to distinguish advisable foods. Thus we see that the horse in spite of being ruminant does not have the divided hoof and would not be Kosher but Taref (injurious) and we could not eat its meat. Marine animal: we can eat marine animal whenever they have fins and grudges simultaneously. Thus we will see that they are Kosher the sardine, the mere one, the carp, the salmon, the anchovy, the herring, the tuna, the corvina, etc. However they are Taref or not allowed the shark, the dolphin (in spite of having fins they do not have grudges), the squid, the sepia, the shrimps or calamaries and all the molluscs and crustaceans (mussels, oysters, prawns, etc.) Birds: we can eat, in the Kosher diet, all the birds except the scavenging animals and predatory or the carnivores. Are allowed birds or Kosher the duck, goose, the chicken, the hen and the dove They are prohibited or they are Taref the ostrich, the pelican, the gull, the pheasant, the vulture, the crow (all the other scavenging animals), the eagle, the hawk (all the other birds predatory).

  • 1 decade ago

    I always beat Juan's Meat

    its kosher

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    You worry a lot about the areas you plan to reside in and that worries me. Not all meats are kosher even if the country you plan to visit or live serves it that way. If it were all one flavor, not many would stay there.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Food in accord with halakha (Jewish law) is termed kosher in English, from the Ashkenazi pronunciation of the Hebrew term kashér (כָּשֵׁר), meaning "fit" (in this context, fit for consumption by Jews according to traditional Jewish law). Not all food in Israel is kosher.

  • Irv S
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    Not all meat in Israel is Kosher, but they are pretty serious

    about telling you whether it is or not.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Israel only has kosher meat. but why should it matter? its meat!! enjoy it.

  • dandyl
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    not all meat in israel is kosher.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    if u go to Jordan,..than no Kosher, but if it is in Israel than only in some really good restaurants,,,

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