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    • Buddhism
      • Buddhist monks fast
      • Some buddhists only eat food from donation
      • Only obtain food from donation
    • Christianity
      • Fasting sometimes observed
      • Christmas food celebrates Jesus
    • Hinduism
      • Don't eat beef or pork
      • Vegetarianism is encouraged
      • Onions, garlic and alcohol may be avoided because they affect spiritualism
      • Sometimes fast
    • Islam
      • Fast in daylight hours during Rammadam
      • Haram foods are unlawful
        • Pork, alcohol, foods with emulsifiers made from animal fats, frozen vegetables
      • Rules set out in the Qur'an
      • Halal food is lawful. Animals slaughtered in a ritual
    • Judaism
      • Kashrut are Jewish food laws
      • No work is allowed on Saturdays
      • Dairy cant be prepared in the same area
      • Kosher foods are allowed
  • Food is given up for 40 days and 40 nights
    • Christianity
      • Fasting sometimes observed
      • Christmas food celebrates Jesus

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