What is kosher diet food and rules?
In strict kosher kitchens, people use separate utensils for meat and dairy products, which are not washed in the same water, to avoid cross-contamination. Combining meat and food also applies within the body. After eating meat, it is customary to wait until the next meal before eating dairy, and vice versa.
What are 5 five rules of observing a kosher diet?
- Land animals must have cloven (split) hooves and must chew the cud, meaning that they must eat grass.
- Seafood must have fins and scales.
- It is forbidden to eat birds of prey.
- Meat and dairy cannot be eaten together, as it says in the Torah : do not boil a kid in its mother’s milk (Exodus 23:19) .
What can you not eat on a kosher diet?
- The Torah permits eating only those land animals that chew their cud and have cloven hooves.
- The Torah lists winged creatures that may not be consumed, mainly birds of prey, fish-eating water-birds, and bats.
- The Torah permits only those fish which have both fins and scales to be eaten.