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Hello, folks. I have heard something on the television, but I didn’t hear an explanation. They were talking about kosher animal. I don’t really know what this is, so I would appreciate if someone could tell me what it really is. I hope this won’t bother you much. Thanks in advance.

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Hello. When I first heard this term, I was also confused. However, later I found out what it was. Kosher animals are the ones that are permissible for Jews to consume. They are permissible by Torah’s criteria. If you translate this word, kosher means fit. I hope this explains to you enough. Was this helpful? Bye!
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Hi, everyone. I agree with the previous post. Torah indeed has criteria about the animals Jews can eat. There are no predators among kosher animals. You won’t hear that Jews eat shark steaks or predatory poultry. There are also non-kosher animals which are opposite. Kosher animals have dignity and tranquility. Non-kosher animals are rude and ruthless. Kosher animals would be: sheep, goats, cattle, antelope, most species of deer, etc. Non-kosher are: lions, tigers, bears, etc. I hope this helps.
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