Hebrew Roots/Unclean foods/Unclean Animal Food List

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Biblically Clean Foods from Leviticus 11[edit | edit source]

Seafood[edit | edit source]

Clean[edit | edit source]

  1. Albacore (Crevalle, Horse Mackerel)
  2. Alewives (Branch & River Herring)
  3. Anchovy
  4. Blueback (Glut Herring)
  5. Bass
  6. Black Drum
  7. Blackfish
  8. Bluebill Sunfish
  9. Bluefish
  10. Blue Runner (Hardtail)
  11. Bonitos
  12. Boston Bluefish (Pollack)
  13. Buffalofish
  14. Butterfish
  15. Bowfin
  16. Chub (Bloate)
  17. Longjaw (Blackfin)
  18. Crappie
  19. Crevalle (Albacore)
  20. Croaker
  21. Darter
  22. Flounder (Dab, Gray Sole, Yellow Tail)
  23. Frost Fish (Ice Fish, Smelt)
  24. Gaby
  25. Grayling
  26. Groupers (Gag)
  27. Grunts
  28. Gulf Pike (Robalo, Snook, Sergeant)
  29. Haddock
  30. Hake
  31. Halibut
  32. Hardtail (Blue Runner)
  33. Herring
  34. Horse Mackerel (Albacore)
  35. Kingfish
  36. Lionfish
  37. Long Nose Sucker
  38. Northern Sucker
  39. Red Striped Sucker
  40. Mackerel
  41. Mahi Mahi (Dolphin Fish, Dorado)
  42. Menhaden
  43. Mullet
  44. Muskellunge (Jack)
  45. Orange Roughy
  46. Pangasius
  47. Perch
  48. Pickerel (Jack)
  49. Pig Fish
  50. Pike (Jack), (Northern)
  51. Pilchard (Sardine)
  52. Pollack
  53. Pompano
  54. Porgy (Scup)
  55. Red Drum (Redfish)
  56. Redfin (Red Horse Sucker)
  57. Red Snapper
  58. Red Striped Sucker
  59. Robalo (Gulf Pike)
  60. Rockfish
  61. Salmon (Chum, Coho, King, Pink, Red)
  62. Sardine (Pilchard)
  63. Scup (Porgy)
  64. Sea Bass
  65. Sergeant Fish (Gulf Pike)
  66. Shad
  67. Sheepshead
  68. Silver Hake (Whiting)
  69. Silversides
  70. Smelt (Frost Fish)
  71. Snook (Gulf Pike)
  72. Spanish Mackerel
  73. Striped Bass
  74. Sucker
  75. Tarpon
  76. Trout
  77. Walleye
  78. Weakfish
  79. Whitefish
  80. White Sucker
  81. Whiting (Silver Hake)
  82. Yellow Perch

Unclean[edit | edit source]

  1. Abalone
  2. Barracuda
  3. Bullhead
  4. Catfish
  5. Clam
  6. Crab
  7. Carp
  8. Crayfish
  9. Eel
  10. Krill
  11. Lobster
  12. Moonfish
  13. Mussel
  14. Octopus
  15. Oyster
  16. Paddlefish (Spoonbill)
  17. Scallop
  18. Sculpin
  19. Shark
  20. Shrimp
  21. Skate (common in fake/imitation scallops and other seafood)
  22. Squid
  23. Stickleback
  24. Sturgeon (Caviar)
  25. Swai (catfish family)
  26. Swordfish
  27. Whale
  28. dolphin

Meat[edit | edit source]

Clean[edit | edit source]

  1. Antelope
  2. Buffalo
  3. Deer
  4. Elk
  5. Giraffe (Not eaten due to being a protected species)
  6. Goat
  7. Moose
  8. Sheep
  9. Lamb
  1. Cow
  2. Caribou

Unclean[edit | edit source]

  1. pig/swine
  2. Monkeys
  3. Bears
  4. Lions
  5. Tigers
  6. Leopards
  7. Camels
  8. Horses
  9. Alligators
  10. Kangaroo/Wallaby
  11. Possums/Gophers/Squirrel
  12. Donkey/Mule
  13. Wombat/Beaver/Moles
  14. Weasels/Ferrets/Hares/Rabbits
  15. Mice/Rats
  16. Rock Hyrax
  17. Dogs
  18. Cats

Fowl[edit | edit source]

Clean Fowl[edit | edit source]

Possess elongated middle toe and hind toe, crops and gizzards; not a raptor.

  1. Dove
  2. Grouse
  3. Pheasant
  4. Quail
  5. Chicken
  6. Turkey

Unclean[edit | edit source]

  1. Eagle/ Hawk/ Vulture
  2. Red & Black Kite
  3. Owl
  4. Duck
  5. Raven / Crow
  6. Cormorant
  7. Osprey
  8. Stork
  9. Falcon
  10. Heron
  11. Hoopoe
  12. Bats
  13. Sea Gull
  14. Ostrich
  15. Pigeon

Insects[edit | edit source]

Clean[edit | edit source]

  1. Grasshopper
  2. Locust
  3. Cricket

Unclean Insects[edit | edit source]

All flying insects that walk on all four legs. Roach/ cockroach/ ants

All Creepers (unclean)[edit | edit source]

  1. Caterpillar / Worm
  2. Snake/ Eel
  3. Lizard
  4. Chameleon
  5. Snail
  6. Frog / Toad
  7. Alligator/ Crocodile
  8. Tortoise