After an animal has been butchered, inspected, and forbidden parts removed, the meat still needs to have as much blood removed as possible.
Even if an animal is killed appropriately, it is still possible for it to be considered non-kosher if that the animal was ill or maimed.
How my family created and passed down cultural traditions, and how the Conservative Teshuvah on Kitniyot impacts our life outside the academy.
It is not forbidden for Jewish individuals to feed their pets non-kosher food, but to keep pet food away from kosher utensils and dishes.
The Conservative and Orthodox movements differ with regard to the kashrut of certain chemical food additives.