Most Jews will eat turkey if they like it. However, some Orthodox Jews won't because there isn't a historical tradition of eating them (they were introduced to Europeans, etc approximately 100 years ago).
Yes they can eat turkey as long as it follows their basic rules of keeping kosher. As with other kosher species of meat and poultry, all blood must be drained from the turkey, or broiled out of it before it is eaten.
Kosher species are listed in the Torah (Deuteronomy 14). Other animals and birds may not be eaten at all. Of the animals that may be eaten, the birds and mammals must be killed in accordance with Jewish law.
The laws of kashrut (Jewish dietary laws) specify that in order for land animals to be considered valid food animals, they must have both split hooves and chew their cud. There is a common misconception that Jews consider non-kosher animals to be unclean but this is not correct, it's simply that they're not considered fit for eating. Additionally, animals that qualify as food animals must also be domesticated, this means that wild deer are not kosher while domestic deer are kosher.
Because it's a kosher bird.
Quote: "To the best of my knowledge, all of the major kashrut organizations (OU, Star-K, Vineland [CRC-Hisachdus Horabonim-Satmar], Margareten, Breuer's, and all Israeli Rabbinates and Badatzes) treat the turkey as a kosher bird, and it is consumed by all segments of the Jewish world" (Rabbi Ari Z. Zivotofsky, an expert on kashrut issues).
YES. Provided that the turkey undergoes shechita or ritual slaughter, turkeys are both feathered and non-raptors, making them acceptable "flying animals" to eat under the laws of kashrut.
Kosher Jewish people do not eat ham, but some may eat turkey ham since it is not pork based.
Jews are allowed to eat turkey, provided it is slaughtered in a kosher way.
yes many jews eat Turkey as parve
Most of today's Rabbinic authorities include the turkey among the kosher birds.
I don't eat turkey on Christmas, I eat ham.
Of course they do, we all eat Turkey on thanksgiving
The iroquois did eat wild turkey
Wolves, coyotes, and bobcats will eat a turkey.
Jews who eat kosher will not eat snails since snails are not kosher. However, not all Jews eat according to the laws of kashrut, so some Jews do eat snails.
Observant Jews do not eat crayfish.
No, because if they eat other turkey for Thanksgiving it would be like you eating other people.
eat a baby turkey eat a baby turkey
yes they some times killed sheep to eat also
Orthodox Jews are only allowed to eat kosher foods.