Viande b'ldi et viande rumi : on the origins of halal meat cutting

Abstract : "Halal" meat is not just the product of a special slaughtering ritual but also of a unique skill that confers its characteristic aroma and texture. The matter assumes social and economic importance as it is not possible to trace the development of the halal meat market exclusively by reference to Muslim religious practices...
Keywords : halal meat butcher
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Slow the international herald of taste, SlowFood, 2002
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Florence Bergeaud-Blackler. Viande b'ldi et viande rumi : on the origins of halal meat cutting. Slow the international herald of taste, SlowFood, 2002. 〈halshs-00007185〉

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