- Meat products -Jewish law states that meat is only Kosher if it comes from a permitted species like chicken or beef, but not pork. Any meat to be considered Kosher, it must meet the specific criteria: The term meat in the Kosher perspective usually refers to eatable flesh from certain types of animal and bird, as well any products derived from them, like broth, gravy, or bones. Followings are the certain standard for any meat to be consider as Kosher.
- It must come from ruminant animals such as sheep, lambs, goat, cows and deer who has split hooves or cloven
- Some domestic birds like turkey, geese, chicken, dove and quail can be also eaten.
- The blood must be completely drained from all meat or must be soaked in order to remove any traces of blood prior to cooking.
- According to Jewish laws it has to be butchered in accordance with the laws of Jewish slaughter
Any utensils used to slaughter or prepare the meat must be Kosher and designated only for use with meat and meat products.