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    • Dhabihah

    • Dhabīḥah (or zabiha, Arabic: ذَبِيْحَة‎‎ dhabīḥah IPA: [ðæˈbiːħɐ], 'slaughter'(noun)) is, in Islamic law, the prescribed method of ritual slaughter of all lawful halal animals (goats, sheep, cows, chicken) excluding locusts, fish, and most sea-li ... Read »


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    • Idi meat

    • Idi (Malayalam ഇടി ഇറച്ചി) meat is the method of killing animals for consumption in Kerala, India. It involves hitting an animal in its forehead with a thick piece of wood or metal block to kill it instantly. Hitting in the head is believed to cut off the brain first so the ... Read »


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    • Comparison of Islamic and Jewish dietary laws

    • The Islamic dietary laws (Halal) and the Jewish dietary laws (Kashrut; in English, Kosher) are both quite detailed, and contain both points of similarity and discord. Both are the dietary laws of Abrahamic religion but they are described in distinct religious texts: an explanation of the Islamic code of law found in th ... Read »


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    • Jhatka

    • Jhatka, or Chatka (jhàṭkā IPA: [tʃə̀ʈkɑ]), is meat from an animal that has been intended to be killed instantaneously, such as by a single strike of a sword or axe to sever the head, as opposed to "ritualistic" slaughter (kutha) in the kosher method (shechita) and halal method (dhabihah). ... Read »


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    • Kutha meat

    • Kutha (Kuttha) Meat is defined as "meat of animal or fowl slaughtered slowly or slaughter which sanctifies meat", contrarily, Halal and Kosher methods being examples of the latter. It has been more broadly defined as "killing an animal with a prayer", or as "a sacrifice to God", or meat prepared through "unnecessary ri ... Read »


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    • Legal aspects of ritual slaughter

    • The legal aspects of ritual slaughter include the regulation of slaughterhouses, butchers, and religious personnel involved with traditional shechita (Jewish) and dhabiha (Islamic). Regulations also may extend to butchery products sold in accordance with kashrut and halal religious law. Governments regulate ritual slau ... Read »


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    • Matagh

    • In Armenian Christian tradition, matagh (Armenian: mataÄ¡) is a lamb or a rooster slated for sacrifice to God, a ritual which has continued from the pagan past. In many regions of Armenia today, this pagan-Christian synthesis is very much alive in the regular slaughter of chosen animals in front of churches. Matagh ... Read »


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    • Pemmican

    • Pemmican is a concentrated mixture of fat and protein used as a nutritious food. It is part of Canadian cuisine. The word comes from the Cree word pimîhkân, which itself is derived from the word pimî, "fat, grease". It was invented by the native peoples of North America. Pemmican was widely adopted as a high- ... Read »


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    • Schlachtfest

    • A Schlachtfest is the German term for the ritual or ceremonial slaughter of an animal, which is often followed by feast. Today, it usually refers to the practice in many parts of Germany, such as the Palatinate, for a celebration or festival involving the ceremonial slaughter of a pig reared or bought by a private hous ... Read »


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    • Shechita

    • The Hebrew term shechita (anglicized: /ʃəxiːˈtɑː/; Hebrew: ‎; [ʃχiˈta]; also transliterated shehitah, shechitah, shehita) means the slaughtering of certain mammals and birds for food according to Jewish dietary laws (Deut. 12:21, Deut. 14:21, Num. 11:22). The Torah (Deut. 12:21) sta ... Read »


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