Is beef that is fed on pork kosher?

Answer Kosher rules forbid the consumption of carnivores and scavangers. To be considered kosher, an animal must "chew the cud." Cows that have consumed any meat at all, then, are no longer kosher.Source:... Read More »

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What is kosher beef?

The word kosher, or Kashrut in Hebrew, refers the section of Jewish orthodox laws that describe what foods are fit and proper to be eaten, either due to the actual food or the way in which it is pr... Read More »

Is beef liver kosher?

To be considered kosher, beef liver has to go through a process. It must be from a kosher animal that has been properly killed according to the guidelines in the Torah. All the fat must be removed ... Read More »

What is in Nathan's kosher beef hot dogs?

The ingredients in Nathan's kosher beef hot dogs are beef, water, less than 2 percent of salt, sorbitol, sodium lactate, hydrolyzed soy, corn and wheat gluten protein, paprika, natural flavoring, s... Read More »