Dietary Laws of Christianity

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Most sects of Christianity do not have any dietary laws that restrict the food its members are allowed to eat. There are no foods that are strictly prohibited in the bible and all foods are permitted. Some Christians fast during Lent for spiritual reasons but that is the only special practice that some Christians complete. Christians will eat in any restaurant no matter what they serve unless they are vegetarians. Most Christians feats on Easter and Christmas which are big days in their culture. (Photo by Frettie)

Pre-Lent Menu

Appetizer: Potato Curry

Antipasti: Pasta Carcione

Entree: Lemon Pepper Cod

Dessert: Spinach Quiche

Bibliography

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