What’s wrong with this chicken? – Drumstick (2 of 8)

What’s wrong with this chicken? – Drumstick

An aspect of home kashrut not so well-known is the avoidance of traifos. Despite its colloquial usage to mean “non-kosher,” a traifa is actually a bird or quadruped with a certain type of bodily defect that renders it non-kosher even when slaughtered correctly!

In OU Kosher’s new video, Harav Yisroel Belsky, Rosh Yeshiva, Yeshiva Torah Vodaath, and OU Kosher Halachic Consultant is joined by two OU rabbinic coordinators with vast expertise in the certification of meat and poultry, Rav Nosson Goldberg and Rabbi Chaim Loike. Together, they elucidate in a clear and thorough fashion the red flags in raw chicken that YOU need to know. After watching this video, you’ll have more confidence in the kashrut of the meat you serve.

 

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