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also kash·ruth  (käsh′rəth, -rəs, käsh-ro͞ot′)
1. The state of being kosher.
2. The body of Jewish dietary law.

[Mishnaic Hebrew kašrût, from kāšēr, fitting; see kosher.]
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They met a troop of long-haired, strong-scented Sansis with baskets of lizards and other unclean food on their backs, their lean dogs sniffing at their heels.
The packaged, dried and canned food such as uncooked rice were clean and remained usable for a long period of time, unlike unclean food was unfit for human consumption.
The presence of such vile parasites suggests that the soldier had been eating unclean food grown using human feces ("night soil") as fertilizer.
We will continue to shut down any restaurant that provides unclean food, improper store supplies or operates without a license.
Wong explained that acquiring virus from unclean food like those sold in the streets often causes Hepatitis A or E.
She found sources for it in the Sikh and Islamic traditions as well as a biblical example, the Maccabean mother who witnesses the death by torture of her seven sons, urging each one in turn to accept martyrdom rather than taste the ritually unclean food being forced on them by their Hellenistic persecutors (2 Maccabees 7).
Hosea talks about a punishment involving dietary considerations: Ephraim shall return to Egypt, and they shall eat unclean food in Assyria (9:3).
Eating unclean food, using dirty dishes, and drinking unclean water were seen as a cause of tuberculosis by 30% of the participants aged 50 years and above and by 10% of young adults.
McGuire does not mention that the Qur'an states explicitly that if a person is compelled by starvation to eat unclean food, then there is no blame on him (Surah Viii).
Basically, the Adventists follow the instructions in Leviticus concerning clean and unclean food.
However, God shows Peter a vision of clean and unclean foods and tells him three times (yes Peter always needed to be told three times) that "what God has made clean you have no right to call profane" (Acts 10: 14-16).