Do not eat any t’reifa
“Do not eat any torn flesh in the field” Shmoth 22:30
The term t’reifa as described in the Torah means
an animal which a wild beast of the forest has attacked.
a fowl that was clawed by a bird of prey such as a falcon or similar type
In a way that the animal or fowl cannot survive due to the attack
Even if a person acts in advance and ritually slaughters it in the kosher manner,
it is forbidden as t’reifa. This is called d’rusah/ clawed
There are 7 kinds of t’reifah animals that are forbidden according to the Oral laws given to Moses at Sinai.
These are a creature with
a perforated vital organ
an internal organ removed
that fell from a height
an internal organ originally missing
severance of the spinal column
torn flesh covering the stomach
most of its ribs broken
Whenever an animal or fowl develops a wound that it cannot survive for another 12 months due to the wound, whether it was wounded by a wild beast or by man or natural causes or it fell from a roof – it is forbidden
Flesh from a living creature is also called t’reifah and for eating an olive size amount the punishment is lashes according to Torah law.
If an embryo put out a foreleg from the womb of an animal that limb is forbidden according to the category of “flesh that has gone out of its bounds”
This applies in all places at all times for men and women.