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This encompasses garlic, onion, and spices such as black pepper and chili pepper , believing that pungent flavors on the tongue inflame the baser emotions. In Yazidism , the eating of lettuce and butter beans is taboo.
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The Muslim religious teacher and scholar, Falah Hassan Juma, links the sect's belief of evil found in lettuce to its long history of persecution by Muslims and Christians. Historical theory claims one ruthless potentate who controlled the city of Mosul in the 13th century ordered an early Yazidi saint executed. The enthusiastic crowd then pelted the corpse with heads of lettuce. The followers of Pythagoras were vegetarians, and "Pythagorean" at one time came to mean "vegetarian". However, their creed prohibited the eating of beans.
The reason is unclear: perhaps the flatulence they cause, perhaps as protection from potential favism , but most likely for magico-religious reasons. Vegetables like broccoli and cauliflower , while not taboo, may be avoided by observant Jews and other religions due to the possibility of insects or worms hiding within the numerous crevices. Likewise, fruits such as blackberries and raspberries are recommended by kashrut agencies to be avoided as they cannot be cleaned thoroughly enough without destroying the fruit.
The common Egyptian dish mulukhiyah , a soup whose primary ingredient is jute leaves which leaves did not have any other culinary purpose , was banned by the Fatimid Caliph Al-Hakim bi-Amr Allah sometime during his reign CE.
Food taboos: their origins and purposes
The ban applied specifically to mulukhiyah, and also to other foodstuffs said to be eaten by Sunnis. Sunni Islam permits Muslims to consume the flesh of whales that have died of natural causes as there is a famous Sunni hadith which cites Muhammad's approval of such. In much of the world whale meat is not eaten due to the endangerment of whales but it is not traditionally forbidden. The New JPS translation is: "wine and any other intoxicant". Other versions such as the NIV prohibit both alcohol and all alcohol derived products such as wine vinegar. There is no general taboo against alcohol in Judaism.
There are also cultural taboos against the consumption of alcohol, reflected for example in the Teetotalism or Temperance movement. There is also something of a cultural taboo in several countries, against the consumption of alcohol by women during pregnancy for health reasons, as seen, for example, which in the Maternity Protection Convention, by ILO. Some religions prohibit drinking or eating blood or food made from blood.
In Islam the consumption of blood is prohibited Haraam. Halal animals should be properly slaughtered to drain out the blood.
Unlike in other traditions, this is not because blood is revered or holy, but simply because blood is considered ritually unclean or Najis , with certain narratives prescribing ablutions in the case of no availability of water if contact is made with it. In Judaism all mammal and bird meat not fish is salted to remove the blood. Jews follow the teaching in Leviticus,  that since "the life of the animal is in the blood", no person may eat or drink the blood. Iglesia ni Cristo and Jehovah's Witnesses prohibit eating or drinking any blood. According to the Bible, blood is only to be used for special or sacred purposes in connection with worship Exodus chapters 12, 24, 29, Matthew and Hebrews .
In the first century , Christians, both former Jews the Jewish Christians , and new Gentile converts, were in dispute as to which particular features of Mosaic law were to be retained and upheld by them. The Apostolic Decree suggested that, among other things, it was necessary to abstain from consuming blood:. For it seemed good to the Holy Ghost , and to us, to lay upon you no greater burden than these necessary things; That ye abstain from meats offered to idols , and from blood, and from things strangled, and from fornication : from which if ye keep yourselves, ye shall do well, Fare ye well.
The Word of Wisdom , a code of health used by church members, outlines prohibited and allowed substances. While not banned, some Mormons avoid caffeine in general, including cola drinks. There is a widely reported story, possibly apocryphal, that some Catholics urged Pope Clement VII — to ban coffee, calling it "devil's beverage". After tasting the beverage, the Pope is said to have remarked that the drink was " While human breast milk is universally accepted for infant nutrition , some cultures see the consumption of breast milk after weaning as taboo.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about practices and beliefs in relation to various foods and potential foods. For more discussion on religious views, see Unclean animals. This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Main article: Cat meat. Main article: Cattle in religion and mythology. See also: Chewing gum ban in Singapore. Main article: Dog meat. Main article: Egg as food. Main article: Horse meat.
See also: Horse slaughter. Main article: Cannibalism. See also: Entomophagy and Category:Insects as food. See also: Monkey brains and Carne de chango. Main article: Religious restrictions on the consumption of pork. Main article: Poppy seed. Main article: Whale meat.
See also: Christianity and alcohol and Islam and alcohol. See also: Blood as food. Food portal. Chapter 6. Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine. Pagan Survivals, Superstitions and Popular Cultures.
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