Kashus In Jewish Food

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Kashus, is the root word for kosher, means pure food that is fitted for consumption. Not all food is consider kosher food. It is a dietary technique that many religions use to live healthier lives. For example, a kosher animal that can be eaten is bulls, cows, sheep, lamb,goat,veal, and springbok. Not only do religions such as judiasm eat kosher food, but there are laws they must follow as well. The law for kosher food is “According to the laws of the Torah,to be eaten, a kosher species must be slaughtered by a "Schochet," a ritual slaughterer. Since Jewish Law prohibits causing any pain to animals, the slaughtering has to be effected in such a way that unconsciousness is instantaneous and death occurs almost instantaneously.” This means that…show more content…
For example, dairy products should not be mixed with meat products, for they should be processed separately. Vegetables and fruits should be carefully and monitored before consumer eats it. In a Jewish religion, kosher food is within different religion that have certain ways of handling and eating animals and other sources of food. Kosher food in jewish religion is birds,fish, fruits vegetables, and graped or grape based beverages are allowed. The birds that they can eat are goose, ducks, chicken and turkey. The fish that are allowed to eat is tuna, salmon, herring. All fruits and and vegetables that are freshly grown from the ground are permitted to be eaten. The beverages have to be grape or graped based from a kosher…show more content…
The only one that prepares the dish is the father of the narrator. The narrator father is someone who is very organized and detailed oriented. For example, in the text it states, “In the kicthen, too, he walks a deliberate line, counting out the raisins that go into his oatmeal and never boiling even a drop more water then required for tea” ( Lahiri 2009 page1 ). Not only does he know the proper estimate for cooking, but he knows how many cups is necessary to feed forty to a hundred and forty people. The most famous dish that the narrator father makes is puloa. The ingredients for this dish is grains of basmati in butter, cinnamon sticks, cloves, bay leaves, and cardamom pods. In southern india they have a celebration called Pongal day which is a harvest festival dedicated to the sun gods. The fesitval started in 200 B.C. to 300 B.C. The kosher food for india is mainly starch like rice and fruits vegetables and
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