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What’s wrong with this chicken? – The inside story (5 of 8)

What’s wrong with this chicken? – The (really) inside story of the chicken (5 of 8) 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…

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What’s wrong with this chicken? – Wing bone & lungs

What’s wrong with this chicken? – The wing bone & lungs 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…

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What’s wrong with this chicken? – Kidneys & Heart (7 of 8)

What’s wrong with this chicken? – Kidneys & Heart with Rav Nosson Goldberg 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…

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What’s wrong with this chicken? – Closing and Credits (8 of 8)

What’s wrong with this chicken? – Closing and Credits 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…

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