Explore the dietary norms of Islamic culture, understanding what foods are considered halal, permissible for consumption, and the elements that are deemed haram, or forbidden.
What foods can Muslims eat?
Muslims eat halal (lawful) foods, which include fruit, vegetables and eggs. Any meat and meat products they consume must be from a halal slaughtered animal. Milk and dairy foods are halal, cheese may be halal depending on ingredients.
What are the 5 haram things in Islam?
Actions, such as cursing, fornication, murder, and disrespecting one’s parents. Policies, such as riba (usury, interest) Certain food and drinks, such as pork and alcohol. Some halal objects, foods, or actions that are normally halal (permissible) but under some conditions become haram.