Religious Dietary Laws

Back in the 1990’s, I was kosher, until God told me it’s unnecessary to worry about it.  It is to make a point that it is wrong thing to do to keep the Jewish people restrained for all eternity, only to watch their gentile friends eat all the ham sandwiches or shrimp tacos they can muster.

So God says if you’re Muslim, Buddhist, Jain, Sikh, Mormon, Rastafarian, Seventh Day Adventist, and so forth, you don’t have to follow your religion’s food guidelines anymore. “He” says stick with cow’s milk, chicken eggs, pork, beef, chicken and fish. The term “forbidden list” isn’t applied, however God advises you not to eat goat, horse, dolphin, deer, sheep, kangaroo, shark, reptile, frog and rabbit. This standard applies to mainstreamed society, as hunting tribes and the ilk, have to go with their basic route.

Some religions shun alcohol, and the answer is drink in moderation.  One glass of beer a week is actually healthy, and so is a glass of wine every few weeks.  Too much can rattle your brain though, and it’s not recommended to drink hard liquor significantly.  Yet, God promises something for the brandy lovers out there.

Also, you don’t have to worry about coffee inhibition.  One or two cups every morning can be the greatest medication that ever lived.

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