Food rules in the Koran

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Kocturk, Tahire O.;
(2002)

Islam is now the second largest religion in Scandinavia and has a high representation among immigrant groups. Knowledge of food rules in Islam is a necessity for nutritionists in multicultural settings. Food rules as they appear in the Koran are contained within the con... View more
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