Kosher and Halal slaughter

Discussion in 'Meat Birds ETC' started by evergreen1, Dec 19, 2012.

  1. evergreen1

    evergreen1 In the Brooder

    Apr 18, 2012
    what's the difference between kosher and halal slaughter? has any of you folks used these methods?

  2. City Chicken

    City Chicken Chirping

    Aug 25, 2012
    we have a friend who says that before halal you just say a blessing...
  3. nok13

    nok13 Songster

    Dec 8, 2012
    kosher and hallal both involve slaughter by draining blood from the animal being slaughtered, and not by chopping its head off, or beating it to death. prayers are said by the person slaug
    htering, muslems say over each animal, the jewish rabbie says it once.rabbis check the organs of teh animal for parasites, flaws, growths etc, and if any imperfection is found, teh animal is declared not kosher. therefore a chicken with a broken leg will not be sold as kosher. kosher meat is salted inside and out. in general, hallal and kosher serve teh same purpose for someone who is not orthodox jewish: the animal was slaughterd in a specific fashion. howver, a jew will not eat a kosher style slaughtered animal if slaughtered by non jews or w/o a rabbi present. certain cuts of meat are considered not kosher. personally, living in a country which is only kosher or hallal, i prefer neither. too salty.and too expensive. and the meat is always drier..

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