The Torah portion of “Re’eh” (Deut. 11:26-16:17) teaches us about the Jewish dietary laws, known as “kashrut.”

In this webinar, Rabbi Enkin will discuss “shechita” – kosher slaughter.

How is kosher slaughter done? Is it really more humane than other slaughtering methods?

What does it mean to “kasher” meat after slaughter? What exactly is “glatt kosher” meat and why is it important?

Why do some countries ban shechita completely – and how are we supposed to react?

Get ready to take a “meaty” look at the details of kosher slaughter. After this class, you won’t be asking ‘where’s the beef?!’