Halal Restaurants Boston
Restaurants that offer halal cuisine are growing in numbers, particularly in cultural centers worldwide, in order to cater to the rapidly growing global Muslim population which numbers over 2 billion. But what exactly does halal mean? Halal is a term used to describe object or activity that observers of Islam are permitted to use or engage in. In order to be certified, Boston halal restaurants only serve meat, with the strict exception of pork which cannot be served at all, that has been slaughtered in the name of Allah using the Dhabiha method of slaughter. Almost all other conventional ingredients, such as milk, grain, fruit and vegetables, pulses, and seafood are all considered halal.