Sheḥiṭa

שחיטה – ritual slaughter of birds and animals for human consumption, according to Jewish dietary laws. This task is done by the Shoḥet (שוחט) who ensures the process is done in accordance with the Seven Noachide Laws and, thus, preventing cruel use of the animals.

Read more about Jewish dietary law and slaughter for consumption in the Jewish Encyclopedia and at Wikipedia.

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