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How to find Halal Food in Poznan (Muslim food in Poland)



hythorn 3 | 581    
18 Oct 2011  #31

thank you kindly, young missy


Teffle 22 | 1,321    
18 Oct 2011  #32

they get shipped from Europe to Saudi in appalling conditions just to get their throats cut by a mufti

Are you sure - appalling? I know in Ireland there are frequent 'monitored' trips (various sensors, cctv etc) for live exports in order to provide evidence of reasonable welfare.

as far as I remember (and I never check facts before posting as I consider it to be the equivalent of taking a set of encyclopedias into a pub quiz)

Ha ha - my "rule" too : )
hythorn 3 | 581    
18 Oct 2011  #33

Are you sure - appalling? I know in Ireland there are frequent 'monitored' trips (various sensors, cctv etc) for live exports in order to provide evidence of reasonable welfare.

it is nasty

I have heard all sorts of stories and none of them nice, once leaving the EU things can go a bit pear-shaped

as far as I am concerned it does not matter if they travel business class in their own individual beds with matching pillows and their initials embroidered on the eiderdown and even if a man is employed to spray them with Calvin Klein's Obession.... for sheep at regular intervals,

I still would prefer that they were offed as near to the farm as possible and deep frozen, then shipped
Latefordate - | 7    
18 Oct 2011  #34

lol, maybe the cost of slaughtering is cheaper in SA and offset the first class cost? I agree - the only reason i can think of is, it's considered virtuous to make the sacrifice by yourself than sub contracting it ( after the eid festival when sacrifices are traditionally made).
hythorn 3 | 581    
18 Oct 2011  #35

lol, maybe the cost of slaughtering is cheaper in SA and offset the first class cost?

I do not think so
if you transport a live animal you have to ensure it does not die enroute
so the animal needs more space and needs to be watered and most likely fed along the way (although I would not feel like eating

but then again, I am not a sheep)

compare this to killing the animal in the UK, removing the offal and lights (that is organs and guts for everyone who has just finished lunch)

then freezing them and cramming as many as you can into a refridgerated container and shipping them

it is much more economical to ship them frozen

the reason is that the congregation (for want of a better word) want to see the spectacle associated with the sheep being offed in public

the slaughtering is not that inhumane. these muftis are handy with a blade. it is the live transport which I am against

and before the Islam bashing ghouls crawl out of the woodwork, sheep that are slaughtered using 'modern Western' methods are not
exactly given a last meal, blindfold and a cigarette
Latefordate - | 7    
19 Oct 2011  #36

I agree, it was tongue in cheek with the cost comment, it should definitely be cheaper to do so before shipping cattle. However as i said it is considered virtuous to make the sacrifice by the person offering the sacrifice - hence the transport of live animals. Also they are not slaughtered together, it's done one after the other with no visibility to the other animals. True about the blade, they are indeed handy with it.
hythorn 3 | 581    
19 Oct 2011  #37

glad we got that cleared up then:-)
King Sobieski 2 | 717    
19 Oct 2011  #38

it is the live transport which I am against

australia halted live exports to indonesia til they cleaned up their act:

abc.net.au/4corners/content/2011/s3228880.htm

more graphic if your stomach can handle it:
...
hythorn 3 | 581    
30 Oct 2011  #39

nasty

I do not know much about slaughter house floor design but the poor buggers seemed to be slipping all over the place

as an Australian, I would be very interested in your views on mulesing
calcedonia 4 | 67    
30 Oct 2011  #40

I dont understand if you eat helal food whats diffrent if you dont eat whats is diffrent? I will never understand. important food must to be hygienic.
abbasq1238 - | 1    
3 Nov 2011  #41

Merged: Muslim Community in Poznan

Dear All,

I would be thankful if someone could help me in looking followings. firstly I want to know about the mosques or prayer places in Poznan as I am new here, secondly I want to know about the sites of Halal food in Poznan, Thanks a lot

Qamar

there is already a thread dealing with Halal Food. just do a little search of the threads.
HJRR    
22 Jul 2012  #42

WTF? You are in POLAND , this is a European PORK nation. GET used to it. Drinking is a part of the culture "STO LAT". Get ready for it. When I am in IRAN I will eat your stinky GOAT dishes and rice. WHen you come to POLAND you better prepare yourself to eat PORK.

PORK is king here. Don't be a ***** or hide behind your "religion". Live a little and enjoy life.

Funny, because my friend and I were discussing both "Kosher and Halal" food requirements recently. Sure the hebrews and saudi nomads lived in hot, deserts with no refrigeration. In that case maybe not eating Pork could be a "best practice". But the fear of Trichinosis in todays world is totally BOGUS. Only if the pig has the Trichinosis worm and ONLY if the pork is not fully cooked, might you even have a chance of getting Trichinosis. Modern pig raising and testing when butchered prevents any of that.

Furthermore, consider the millions of other "peoples" who lived in other areas of the world and even in HOT, dry, deserts who continued to eat pork during the Hebrew/Jew/Islamic early days and where are they now.... STILL ALIVE and doing fine!

Kosher and Halal - FAIL.

So, I must encourage you to OPEN your MIND and "when in Poland do as the Polish"... Pork is the other white meat, after all!
delphiandomine 87 | 15,796    
22 Jul 2012  #43

So, I must encourage you to OPEN your MIND

Ironic, someone insulting a Muslim for his beliefs is telling people to open their minds. Hahaha.
Wulkan - | 3,230    
22 Jul 2012  #44

well, islam is close-minded religion so not really ironic
colleen    
11 Aug 2012  #45

i would like to say thank you for my request as to where to get a halaal butcher i really appreciate it,would you know as to how far or which direction is the butcher in Mały Rynek Krakow named Shisha from Krakow airport.

Hi we will be visiting poland in september,we arrive in Krakow & will be staying in Rudzica could you please help me as to were we can get a halal butcher.

salaam muniera.
joeMusk    
2 Jun 2014  #46

[Moved from]: Where can I find Halal food in Poland?

[Moved from]: Where can I find Halal food in Poland?

Hi People,

May I ask where in Poland I can find Halal Food ?
IzaPoznan    
2 Jun 2014  #47

Please check this link, they are some halal food shops around:
poland-muslims.de.tl/Sklepy-Halal.htm

From another question about halal food:

Getting halaal meat/butcher in Krakow?

Hi guys could someone please assist us as to were we can get halaal meat we will be in krakow in september & will be living in rudzica please!!help.

I found this online. There was one in Kraków, just near to the railway station I don't know if it's still there but there is one on Mały Rynek in Kraków named Shisha.
joeMusk    
3 Jun 2014  #48

Thank you IzaPoznan. I really appreciate it. I thought i saw some frightening post before yours. I sure hope i was just having a bad dream...
Subaru    
3 May 2015  #49

Merged: Halal food in krakow and Poznan?

Hi guys I want to know where I can find halal restaraunts and butcheries in krakow and Poznan.
Levi 13 | 451    
18 Dec 2015  #50

Why you cannot eat only vegetables instead of bother seeking for Halal food?
My practicing jewish friends when they don't find Kosher they just eat vegetables.
jon357 70 | 12,784    
18 Dec 2015  #51

halal food or muslim restaurant in poznan

The Luxor Bistro (it also has a shop) at ul. Solna 1 sells it.
None361 - | 1    
15 Apr 2016  #52

Can't you just go to regular butchershop and ask for anything without pork? As far as I remember you can find a large variety of beef and poultry, not only pork.
jon357 70 | 12,784    
15 Apr 2016  #53

Can't you just go to regular butchershop and ask for anything without pork?

No, it doesn't work like that - the rules are stricter.
mafketis 16 | 4,865    
16 Apr 2016  #54

the rules are stricter.

Yeah, religious dietary restrictions are 98% about creating and enforcing segregation (it's essentially impossible to justify them on purely moral or ethical grounds) so sad that so many take them seriously....
jon357 70 | 12,784    
16 Apr 2016  #55

Spot on nowadays.

In the period and place those rules were formed they made a lot of sense and certainly contributed to the progress of humanity, but now we know more than we did then.

It's as much a tradition as good scientific reasoning, and one that's important to many while causing harm to none.




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