Kosher foods are common in Jewish. Kosher is a Hebrew word which literally means fit. To consume foods there is a proper law that needs to be followed, especially while eating meat etc. Ari Afilalo is a French Moroccan immigrant and an active member of West Side Sephardic Synagogue. He is a son of a Jewish Moroccan family, who grew up in France. He lives in NYC and believes in Judaism ideology. So, below we have discussed about kosher food and it’s different types.
The Kosher food can be categorized into three categories. They are-
Meat- Soup or gravy and bones are parts of meat according to kosher food. Some of the requirements to consider while having meat as a kosher food are- Kosher meat must come from an animal that chews its cud and has split hooves. For example- goats, sheep, and cows are kosher whereas rabbits, kangaroos, and fox are not). According to the Torah law, names the varieties of fowl which are prohibited, include all predator and scavenger birds. The slaughtering of the animal and fowl must be examined by a skilled shochet with full precision. The one who is extremely trained in the rituals of kosher slaughtering.
Dairy- Products that are made up of milk are classified as dairy products, such as- butter, milk, and yogurt.
Pareve- Foods that are neither meat nor dairy are called pareve. Pareve foods include- fish, fruit, eggs, grains, soft drinks, coffee, unprocessed juices, vegetables, pasta, and tea and many candies and snacks.