Why can't certain food be eaten by Muslims?
Muslims can not eat pork. Otherwise meat must be slaughtered by
cutting the throat and draining the blood. The religious customs
were also safe practices in days with no refrigeration. These
things were said in the Quran.
Kosher refers to Jewish dietary laws. which include what animals are permitted and forbidden for Jews to eat. Kosher goes on to regulate how the animal may be slaughtered and how it may be prepared. Kosher (Kashrut) also regulates who the food may be served, what it may be served with. The pots, plates and utensils that can be used with certain foods. Kashru(Kosher) also regulates when certain foods may be eaten and when they…
There are no specific food requirements for Muslims. All kinds of food are allowed for Muslims to eat except what is specified in Quran, that reflects real Allah (god in English) words, as forbidden for Muslims to eat. God prohibition of some food not to be eaten by Muslims are not subject to debate or justification even if could be justified. Muslims are ordered to obey Allah and his prophet without choice. Refer to related…
The idea behind food combining is that certain foods eaten together can promote good health by alleviating health problems. Another benefit to a healthier eating is weight loss. There are rules to which food groups can be eaten together, when they can be eaten and how. Fruit is best in the morning and is to be eaten on an empty stomach, or at least 30 minutes before any other foods are eaten, for example.
Yes, Muslims are allowed to eat lobsters. Eating lobster is halal. All sea food including lobster is halal (allowed) to be eaten by Muslims. Prophet Mohamed (peace be upon him) had said regarding the sea food "it's the one that its water is purifying and its dead is lawful". Also, Quran says in chapter 5 , verse 96 that fish is allowed for Muslims to eat.
Muslims eat Halal food. Halal food implies to all food that was said to be good by God. Actually, Halal refers to all action that is in God's interest. There are several guidelines in the Holy Koran that state that certain items cannot be consumed by Muslims. Some examples are pigs and anything that intoxicates. Furthermore, meat consumption, other than pig, is allowed IF the animal has been killed accordingly to Muslim rule.
Certain animals may not be eaten at all (pigs, birds of prey, etc.). This restriction includes the flesh, organs, eggs and milk of the forbidden animals. Of the animals that may be eaten, the birds and mammals must be killed in accordance with Jewish law. All blood must be drained from meat and poultry or broiled out of it before it is eaten. Certain parts of permitted animals may not be eaten. Fruits and vegetables…