Kashrut (or Kashruth) means ‘[ritual] purity’ (compare kosher, meaning ‘[ritually] pure,’ and refers to the Jewish religious dietary laws. Most of the basic laws of Kashrut can be found in Leviticus and Deuteronomy, but they are considerably elaborated in rabbinic discussion.
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