Eating Meat Daily

Question

I heard that a cow is both a metaphor and physical expression of an intense desire to receive. In view of this, cows are seen as powerful tools for attracting spiritual energy. Thus, red meat is a recommended dish for the first meal of the Shabbat, since the internal energy of the meat serves to draw down the Light of the Creator.

Now my question: Should we eat beef every day?

10 months

Answers

  1. No, there is no need to eat meat every day. The spiritual energy that the meat produces is really only found on Shabbos, because of the enhanced holiness of the day. (And, even then, there are possible factors to consider, such as health needs, and the measurement of personal enjoyment when eating meat.)

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  2. Why spiritual energy that the meat produces is really only found on Shabbos not on other days?

  3. Is it compusary to eat red meat on sabbath?

  4. No, it is not compulsory to eat red meat on Shabbat.

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  5. Does red meat is a recommanded dish on sukkot or other jewish holidays?

  6. Yes, it is recommended to eat red meat on all festivals as the Rabbis teach that it enhances the joy of the day.

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