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Q: Is kosher meat the same as grass-fed?

No. They’re completely separate, unrelated things.

To be considered kosher, the animal (whether beef or fowl) has to be slaughtered according to the tenets of Jewish law. The person who performs the slaughtering is called a , and he has to be knowledgeable in the Jewish laws of slaughtering, which are called . The idea is that the slaughtering needs to be carried out as humanely as possible, which means a quick cut from a knife that’s free of imperfections or dents. Any other way renders the animal or unfit to eat. Techniques that involve

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