The Kashrut Laws


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Blue bowl with the word 'Basar' (Meat) painted on in Hebrew

The Kashrut Laws are the dietary laws which come from the Torah. These laws discuss how to prepare food, food which is considered fit for purpose (Kosher), food which is not considered fit for purpose (Traife), and foods which may not be consumed together. Depending on your stream, Jewish people might interpret these laws in different ways. Some Jewish people might follow all of the Kashrut laws, some Jewish people might follow some of the laws, and some Jewish people might follow none at all. Download this resource to read an English translation of some of the Kashrut Laws as they appear in the Torah.

Kashrut Laws

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