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Asked in Judaism, Kosher Food
Do Jews eat red meat?
The Torah permits eating (kosher) meat; and on certain (festive) occasions Judaism encourages it. Most Jews eat red meat, though some Jews are vegetarians or have other reasons for not eating red meat. Additionally, for Jews who keep kosher, meat (and fowl) need to be slaughtered and prepared according to kosher specifications. ...
Asked in Judaism
Do Jews not eat pork because of the hoof foot of the devil?
no, it is because God's Torah forbids Jews to eat pork. Non-Jews are permitted to eat it. ...