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The only criterion for fish to be kosher is that it have both fins and scales. Fish does not have to be slaughtered or salted as do meat and fowl. Kosher fish include cod, flounder, haddock, halibut, herring, mackerel, pickerel, pike, salmon, trout, and w...
The Torah commands us only to eat animals which have split hoofs and chew their cud.
The text to follow is a continuation of a private letter to a Torah scholar whose identity has not been divulged. [25 Tishrei, 5703] …Although the above concerns itself with the observance of the mitzvos, I would like [to continue,] mentioning a subject i...
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