Kashrut (כַּשְׁרוּת) refers to the holy commands and rulings governing what animals may be regarded as fitting the definition of “food.” To violate these designations makes one not just unclean, but also unholy, or “profane,” in the eyes of Hashem. The links below each present a different subtopic under the category of Kashrut.
- Kosher Ketosis: Is a Ketogenic Diet/Lifestyle Compatible with Kashrut? Or with the Biblical Calendar?
- A Lesson from A. Lesser: Ari Lesser Sings his Song “Kosher Meat.”
- Piggly Wiggly: Why isn’t Pork Acceptable as Food for Humans (esp. Bible-Believers)?
- Rhino Run: Coming soon! A board game to teach about the nutritional and other health benefits of the ketogenic lifestyle.
- The Science of Shechita: How is Kosher Slaughter Different than Secular or Halal?
- Shellfish Schmellfish: Why are Lobsters, Crabs, Shrimp, and Clams Unfit for Human Consumption?