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Kosher Meat and Poultry
hechsher from a reliable source to be kosher

Meat: The Torah states that kosher mammals are those which chew their cud (ruminants) and are cloven-hoofed. The following animal species are among those considered to be Kosher:

Meat

Poultry

  • Chicken
  • Cornish Hens
  • Dove
  • Duck
  • Goose
  • Grouse
  • Guinea fowl
  • Partridge
  • Peafowl
  • Pheasant
  • Pigeon
  • Prairie chicken
  • Ptarmigan
  • Quail
  • Sagehen
  • Sparrow
    (and other songbirds)
  • Swan
  • Teal
  • Turkey

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Kosher Wine
Food not in accord with Jewish law is termed treifah or treif; the term originally referred to animals (from a kosher species such as cattle or sheep) which had been either incorrectly slaughtered or mortally wounded by wild beasts and therefore were not fit for human consumption. Among Sephardim, it typically only refers to meat that is not kosher.

  • Kosher Glatt Meat For meat to be kosher, you must start at the very beginning. You must ensure that only healthy animals are slaughtered for use in kosher foods.

  • Different Cuts of Beef Beef is first divided into primal cuts. These are basic sections from which steaks and other subdivisions are cut.

Sept 2005 - Sept 2013