"A few reasons why we are elated about having discovered Segol Meat Purveyors:
#1- Living in West Texas we literally had to import our kosher meat from other far away states, that increased the price so much, I could only buy meat once or twice/year.
#2- Segol meat is really kosher. With this I mean, animals and slaughter process can be technically inspected to be labeled kosher certified, but if the animal didn’t live the life it was created to live, eat what it was created to eat, and be treated and slaughtered humanely, is it really kosher?
#3- The way the animal eats, how they live, and how they are slaughtered not only affects the quality of the meat, but of the entire ecosystem, which, we do care about.
#4- I got to meet Libby Landry!
#5- My husband literally stated this is the best meat he has ever had. About three times. And I have to say, that meat that we used to get once a year, was one of the best kosher brands in the world. 5 is a good number, I’ll leave it at that 🙂" -Ben and Leonor Burton
"I cooked the brisket yesterday and I think it’s the best tasting meat I’ve ever eaten. I did overcook it so that’s a learning curve thing but other than that the vibration was amazing!!!"
"We have used a few of the items and everything has been fantastic."
"I could hardly believe how lean the ground beef was!"
Ready to Dive Deep? Spiritual Secrets are Universal
" Have you ever heard the expression, You are what you eat? This concept holds true spiritually. In order to better understand this it is important to know that the world is made up of three forces: positive, negative, and neutral (resistance). This is the Three Column System.
As you know, a light bulb must have a negative pole, a positive pole, and a filament in order to give light. Food is designed the same way. Particular animals or creatures contain only the Right Column of energy and others the Left Column of energy. They do not however contain the Central Column of energy. The intrinsic nature of certain animals, by the Creator’s design, can short-circuit from our point of view because they are part of a two column system instead of three.
The concept of kosher food works to provide the Central Column. The idea is to create a circuit of energy so that spiritual forces of Light shine from our food the same way light shines from a light bulb. Shellfish and many other animal products or byproducts are what we call “not kosher” according to Kabbalah and the Torah. While some of these foods are extremely tasty, they have a certain energetic quality. This means that it is very difficult for them to support us in our efforts in trying to move forward spiritually. However, this depends greatly on where we are spiritually. We must remember that the more we strive to come closer to the Light and work hard spiritually, the more we want to use tools that can support our efforts.
Imagine you are driving a very slow vehicle. At five miles per hour you can turn the steering wheel from side to side with little effect. Now imagine a sports car going 100 miles per hour. Even slight changes in the steering wheel can have a great effect.
It's the same with us. So, the energy of certain creatures is simply not supportive to our spiritual growth. When a person wants to grow spiritually, the food that we eat can be used as a support system. That's what the Torah in its coded fashion is trying to tell us. And this is what Kabbalah explains." -Kabbalah Centre July 30, 2015
“Now, what does kosher mean? If you’ve taken the beginners course in the machon (institute), you already know that kosher does not mean something you are permitted to eat, and if it’s not kosher, you are not permitted to eat. That is not what kosher means.
What it does mean, in effect, when we discuss an animal as being kosher, we are discussing an animal which has two split hoofs, and it also chews its cud. And so the Zohar explains what does that mean? It means it contains the energy force of an atom. It contains three parts. It contains right and left, therefore the split hoof, and it also contains the segol, the third restriction, the aspect of restriction.
What does it mean that it chews its cud? When it eats, it returns it, not like man takes it in, devours it, and then there is only one other place where it goes out. But as opposed to an animal like a shore (bullock) that eats and also immediately rejects the food and then rechews it again and nourishes from that food. That is called the Segol.
The three energy points, you know the Segol in Hebrew, you have the vowel Segol ( ), two dots, and the middle, which represents the power that we know to be the atom. Proton, neutron, and electron.
That is what kosher means. It means that if you eat that kind of animal, you are eating an animal that has a circuitry of energy. Not a short circuit of energy but a circuitry of energy because it has the three energy intelligences like in an atom which consists of three energy intelligences so does this animal called shore (bullock) contain this kind of energy intelligence.” -Rav Berg, April 30, 1987