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Lawful foods

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Chapters on the Lawful Foods



Chapter 1 - Permissibility of all customary foods that have no textual ordinance forbidding it

Chapter 3 - Pumpernickel

Chapter 4 - Sawiq (gruel)

Chapter 5 - Dry sawiq on an empty stomach, drinking it with oil, and sawiq washed three or seven times

Chapter 6 - Almond sawiq with sugar

Chapter 7 - Barley sawiq to treat birsam

Chapter 8 - Lentil sawiq

Chapter 9 - Meat being the master of condiments and food

Chapter 10 - A summary of the foods of the Infallibles عليهم السلام

Chapter 11 - It is not disliked for a person to be a lover of meat

Chapter 12 - Not to abandon eating meat for forty days

Chapter 14 - Eating beef with garden-beet, and beef broth

Chapter 15 - The milk, fat, and ghee of cows

Chapter 17 - Dislike of addiction to meat, but permissibility of eating it every day, and recommendation of eating it every three days

Chapter 18 - Partridge meat and francolin meat

Chapter 25 - Meat with milk

Chapter 29 - Sikbaj with beef, and tharid with meat and oil

Chapter 30 - Desirability of eating kebab for weakness of the body

Chapter 32 - Desirability of eating hareesa (a dish of ground wheat and meat)

Chapter 36 - Eating fish, and following its eating with dates or honey, and with water

Chapter 37 - Fresh fish

Chapter 38 - Dislike of excessively eating too much fish

Chapter 39 - Eggs

Chapter 41 - Salt

Chapter 43 - Eating vinegar and oil

Chapter 45 - Wine vinegar

Chapter 55 - Milk

Chapter 59 - The urines of lawful animals

Chapter 61 - Permissibility of eating cheese and the like in which there may be something forbidden until one knows the latter for certain

Chapter 68 - Lentils

Chapter 83 - Eating grapes to remove sorrow, and not calling grapes al-karm

Chapter 96 - Pears

Chapter 100 - Bananas

Chapter 121 - Radishes

Chapter 123 - Turnips

Chapter 124 - Cucumbers

Chapter 126 - Onions

Chapter 128 - Eating garlic, onions, and leek raw or cooked, is not disliked, however one is not to enter the mosque if he has eaten it

Chapter 130 - Thyme

Chapter 137 - Dieting