While during the year you may occasionally slip and break some of the rules about Halal food, during Eid and Ramadan it’s different. So I’ve found you three gift baskets to give to family and friends that will help them stay on the right side of Islamic Jurisprudence.
It is halal without even trying Delicious fruits and nuts for any family to enjoy.
These Halal / Kosher gift baskets contain everything from gourmet dipping pretzels to buttered peanut crunch to organic vanilla bean green tea cookies to Alaskan smoked salmon, gourmet key lime white chocolate cookies, and many more! These 100% gourmet halal baskets will make you 100% confident that they will love what’s inside!
An impressive wooden chest lined with velvet is filled with wholesome treats such as Maamoul Date-filled Cookies, Sweets imported from Lebanon, Kalamata Black Olives, Smoked Almonds, Pomegranate Molasses, and so much more. This gift for family or friends will allow them to indulge in the finest and tastiest treats. This Treasure Chest of Arabic Treats for Ramadan or anytime will serve to remind them that you care
The rules for halal food aren’t only applicable to meat. Yes, animals should be slaughtered correctly, and pig meat should be avoided. However, harder to avoid are the animal byproducts present in everything from shampoo to sweets… Like vegetarians, individual Muslims will be more or less prone to actually check the label of processed foods. Or, as a friend said, what you don’t know, won’t hurt you.
Still, as I started out saying: that’s all well and good during the year. During Ramadan and Eid ul Fitr it’s different. It’s a time of spiritual cleansing after all.