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Kashrut And Kosher In Jewish Culture

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Kosher is extremely important in the Jewish culture. It goes in detail and says which food is kosher and what *describes* people can and cannot digest, as well as any object that can be used under Jewish law. Kashrut is the set of biblical needs and Jewish law rules for the foods that Jewish people follow for what they can eat. Kashrut and kosher go hand-in-hand. They both come from the same Hebrew root Kaf-Shin-Reish, meaning improper. The general rules of Kashrut include the restriction of eating certain animals, the allowed animals must be killed a specific way compiling with Jewish laws, vegetables and fruits can not have bugs, you cannot eat meat with dairy, utensils that have been in contact with meat that's still hot cannot be used
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