Colorado State University dining halls are now making halal dishes available to students who are observant Muslims, reports the Rocky Mountain Collegian. Halal (meaning "permitted" in Arabic) refers to meats (mostly beef, chicken and some seafood but not pork) that come from animals slaughtered in a specific way, similar to kosher restrictions for obervant Jews. Halal meals such as barbeque grilled chicken breast, cheeseburgers, buffalo wings, chipotle chicken sandwiches and ...

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