The Food Laws explain one way a person can commit murder against himself (sixth commandment). If a person DELIBERATELY defiles his body with unclean food, it is a SPIRITUAL SIN and God will destroy him (1 Cor.3:17). – https://www.british-israel.us/02.html
Eating pork is a more serious breach of the word of wisdom than drinking tea or coffee. – George Teasdale, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, The Word of Wisdom: From Principle to Requirement, 1981, pg 79
We are told that swine’s flesh is not good, and that we should dispense with it; JD. V.12:221&223. George Q. Cannon 7 Apr 1868
Here is a quick quote I put in Encouragement for a Missionary
I’ll give you one insight into this, chewing is symbolic of thinking over the word of God. This is one thing that is symbolic with Kosher animals in chewing their cod, they are going over the word of God over and over again.
Encouragement for a Missionary
This quote relates as cows, which are kosher, has four stomaches, there are four layers of meaning is the scriptures know as PaRDeS.
You might be thinking I’m taking that statement to literally. I would have to disagree, as I do agree there is much symbolism in it, I have to say it is to be read literal also. One thing we learn when studying about PaRDeS, see THE RULES OF PARDES; Pardes (Jewish exegesis); and Beholding the Tree of Life: A Rabbinic Approach to the Book of Mormon, is that the deeper levels of meaning, or symbolic, and understanding do not contradict or negate the more surface levels, or literal, of understanding.
Bishops are JUDGEs of Israel
Here is a cook book that is Biblical Kosher (Lev 11) and does not worry about the oral law aka false traditions of the Orthodox Jews.