Alcohol in Rice Cake

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  1. Anonymous says:

    makna nya boleh makan atau tak boleh? maaf kurang arif…

  2. Zarina Jani says:

    Anonymous,

    Maknanya…tepuk dada tanya iman ^^

    Saya harap kalau ada mana2 Muslim food biologist or food researcher yang baca blog ni, boleh bagi info untuk semua reader

  3. sungrin says:

    I learned this before in fiqh halal haram during my university time. Even doughnut when it ferment,will release alcohol, its about chemical reaction. In fact in Islam, alcohol is not forbidable when use in appropriate amount. People always confuse with liquor and alcohol. All liquor contains alcohol in high amount which will later destroy our body system. Alcohol is just like other chemicals as if its used excessively will make one body sick

  4. As salam….sy nk tnye ckit,cik zarina staying in SK???which part???bole sy dptkn emel cik zarina supaya lbih mudah utk communicate….

  5. Zarina Jani says:

    W'salam Nazrin,

    saya tidak lagi tinggal di South Korea sekarang. email saya di sebelah kiri atas blog

  6. Lily says:

    Assalamualaikum Zarina. K.Lily ni…ingat lagi kita jumpa end March 2012? So sekarang dah balik Malaysia? Akak baru ingat nak 2nd round n meet you again..

  7. Anonymous says:

    Salam to all.i was called to share some of my knowledge on alcohol and liquor issue here.btw, for your information, pulmuone is one of the food manufacturer in korea who does concern and look into halal.i am working in a halal science lab in malaysia, and we hv received quite a number of pulmuine sampke for halal testing all the wsy from korea sent by the company themselves.a few of their product were recognized by jakim halal.

    back to alcohol and liquor, what sungrin mentioned earlier is true. Alcohol is unavoidable in food manufacturing but excessive use will prone to make the product haram.even alcohol will form through fermentation.but, things tht really haram is when you used liquor in the process, or khamr we call it, or arak in malay.in example, if they use liquor or wine in preserving the rice cake, then it is totally haram.however if they use food grade ethanol, then the product should be ok.provided that, the content of alcohol does not exceeded the cut off limit of the alcohol by different country. As jn malaysia, the accepted limit of alcohol content must not be more than 1%, if im not mistaken.(as of info
    of2013). So wheteher the rice cake is haram or not, as claimed by pulmuone, they used alcohol at 0.4%, not the wine or liquor, then insya allah it should be ok.since I knew how this company try their best to meet to halal food, I hv more confident.i hope this help.

  8. Unknown says:

    tq anon for the info ^^

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