The Jewish tradition has strict and complicated rules concerning the kind of foods that can be eaten. These Jewish dietary laws are known as Kashrut regulations; they originated in the bible thousands of years ago and were completed by rabbis throughout centuries. Today there are different branches of Judaism that are more or less liberal and that have different interpretation of the Jewish dietary laws. Branch of Judaism can be divided up in different categories from the least to the most conservative.
- Ultra orthodox
Each branch follows its own set of rules, from very liberal to extremely strict rules that the ultra orthodox branch follows. Each branch had its own authority that certifies which foods can bear their "Kosher label certification". Needless to say that ultra orthodox people would only eat in a Miami Kosher restaurants that bear its label. However, liberal Jews would eat in Ultra orthodox Miami Kosher restaurants.
The matter could be quite complicated to simplify it; we will bring a few principles that we will just relate without attempting to bring philosophical explanations behind the rules. The explanation of those rules are mostly sanitary and were brought about thousands of years ago as a way to avoid being sick.