Food to Eat In Kosher Diet and Its Importance
Kosher diet involve many animals ant the way they raise and killed before eat. Food which are permitted to eaten under Jewish dietary law. The eggs of kosher birds are permitted because they do not have blood in body. Follow kosher diet is not tough if you know that what to eat. It is easy diet than fad diet. Tea and hot black coffee have no link with kosher. Milk which come from kosher animal is good. Cereal and grains are good for healthy diet and included in kosher diet. Food which is neither meat or not dairy is called pareve. It means that they contain no diary, not meat or also not mix with any meat or dairy foods. Grains, vegetables, fruit and juices are pareve foods and many other food like pasta, coffee, tea and soft drinks, snack, and candy.
Kosher diet are labels as dairy, meat or neither dairy nor meat. Many foods which are not deemed kosher than it does not mean that they are not healthy. Many foods which you are eating do not have kosher name. If you mix milk and meat together which should not be mixed because it is against kosher diet. There are many health benefits of kosher diet foods. People who practice a very stick kosher diet they are healthier than those people who are eating kosher diet and there cholesterol levels are low. The main reason for kosher guidelines that people should know about that they should not mix meat and dairy like no pizza, cheese burgers which combine meat and cheese. Many people now a days eat meat and cheese together and at the end the result is that they have high cholesterol levels or many other disease. Kosher diet is healthy because it does not allow us to eat pork. Most of the people who eat pork they don’t know that these contains allergens and other many healthy problems.
There are following some descriptions which offers practical information that how your product can classified
Kosher meat should be from animal which chews its cud and spilt hooves some like cow, sheep, goats are kosher but rabbits , fox and kangaroos are not include in kosher.
All utensils should used in cleaning, packaging and preparing must be kosher.
Before cooking all Permissible portions of animals should be properly prepared.
Food which should be eaten or avoid in kosher diet plans
Cod,tuna, carp, salmon and crab
Avoid lobster, shrimp, swordfish, clam, and octopus
Beef should be eaten but don’t eat with dairy. (Eat after 6 hours)
Avoid meat with cheeseburger, chicken, milkshake, Wiener schnitzel and cordon blue
Slaughtered beef, goats, and deer
Avoid rabbit, pork, reptiles and any animal which is died of natural death
Geese, turkey, chicken and quail
Avoid vulture, hawk and eagle
Fruits and vegetables
All are good if they are clean and properly washed.
By : Natural Health News