Yes, Iceland cod, which is normally referred to as Atlantic cod is a kosher species.
Scrod, also known as cod or haddock is kosher.
Yes, just like any cod. Cod is a kosher species of fish, regardless of where any individual specimen was raised or caught.
only on jewish holidays..see them wearing the skull cap,,,
Yes, cod is a kosher fish.
Merluza, also known as Hake, is from the Cod family and is a kosher fish.
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There are several species of kosher cod and several species of non-kosher cod, so the status of Blue Ling is not immediately clear. Most commercial cod species are in the Gadidae family and several are kosher, such as cod, haddock, pollock, and whiting. Non-kosher cods are also in the Gadidae family and include the Burbot and the Lawyer, also called Freshwater Ling (Lota Lota). However, Blue Ling is in the less familiar Lotidae family. There are detailed lists online of kosher and non-kosher fish, and Blue Ling is not listed.
In Sunni (except the Hanafi school) and Ibadi Jurisprudence, all sea-life is halal, so cod-fish is permissible to consume. In Shiite Jurisprudence and the Sunni Hanafi school, all fishes that are kosher according to Jewish strcitures are halal. Since cod has fins and scales as Judaism defines them, cod is kosher and this makes it halal in Shiite Islam.
The problem with the word "cod" is that it refers to more than one kind of fish, some of which are kosher types and some that aren't. Those "cods" that have fins and scales (when alive) are the kosher kinds. Those kinds that didn't have fins or scales aren't kosher kinds (Deuteronomy ch.14). To be kosher, the fish would have to be a kosher type of fish; and the ingredients (fish, chips, peas) would have to be cooked in kosher pots and pans.