Does halal chicken taste different from haram chicken by virtue of the way the chicken is killed?

April 17th, 2010


Now, that’s a good question. In my experience, the flavor is better. There’s no aftertaste, as there can be with chicken slaughtered by strangling or electrocution. It seems that draining the blood removes impurities.

4 Responses

  1. zR Says:

    tastes the same, but some people say the halal meat is dryer cos the blood is drained out and some people say that the non-halal meat is juicier, but ive had both and i dont notice that, its just because usually the non-halal meat is not cooked well-done so its juicier.
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  2. 412envy Says:

    there are halal restaurants everywhere..why dont you see for yourself..i took a couple of my college buddies to try it out. they thought it tasted the same.
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  3. My name is not bruce Says:

    It technically can.

    Before i go on with that…..if something isn’t halal in terms of food….that doesn’t mean its haram. Muslims can eat food prepared by christian and jews too…..their food though isn’t halal, but its not haram……if anyone else prepares the food (meat) then its haram……or if it was killed cruelly….such as beating the animal to death.

    Your mind has soo much power though. If someone really dislikes the idea of eating something that isn’t halal…they can metnally change the taste..
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  4. HayatAnneOsman Says:

    Now, that’s a good question. In my experience, the flavor is better. There’s no aftertaste, as there can be with chicken slaughtered by strangling or electrocution. It seems that draining the blood removes impurities.
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