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Halal and Kosher refer to what’s permitted by Islamic and Jewish religious laws respectively. Halal is an Islamic term that means lawful or permitted. Although halal in a broad sense can refer to anything that’s permitted by Islam, it’s most often used in the context of permissible dietary habits, specifically when it comes to meat consumption. Kosher is a similar term used to describe food that is proper or fit for consumption according to Kashrut, the Jewish dietary law. This comparison will restrict itself to the context of religious dietary laws. Both Islamic and Jewish cultures have strict laws governing what they can and cannot eat. The most famous of these is eating pork which is prohibited by both laws. The two religious cultures share this and many other dietary rules in common.
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