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Chapter 19: PERMISSIBILITY OF EATING SOUP AND MERIT OF EATING PUMPKIN

 

SAHIH MUSLIM

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Book 023, Number 5067:

Anas b. Malik reported: A tailor invited Allah's Messenger (may peace

be upon him) to a meal which he had prepared. Anas b. Malik said: I

went along with Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) to that

feast. He presented to Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him)

barley bread and soup containing pumpkin, and sliced pieces of meat.

Anas said: I saw Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) going after

the pumpkin round the dish, so I have always liked the pumpkin since

that day.

 

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Book 023, Number 5068:

Anas b. Malik reported that a person invited Allah's Messenger (may

peace be upon him) to a meal. I also went along with him. He brought

soup containing pumpkin. Allah's 'messenger (may peace be upon him)

ate that pumpkin with relish. He (Anas) said: When I saw that I began

to place it before him, and did not eat it (myself). Anas said: It was

since then that pumpkin was always my favourite (food).

 

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Book 023, Number 5069:

Anas b. Malik rdported that a tailor invited Allah's Messenger (may

peace be upon him) to a feast. There has been an addition to this that

Thabit said: I heard Anas saying that any meal that was prepared for

me after that I tried that it should contain pumpkin.

 

MALIK'S MUWATTA

 

Book 28, Number 28.21.51:

Yahya related to me from Malik that Ishaq ibn Abdullah ibn Abi Talha

heard Anas ibn Malik say that a certain tailor invited the Messenger

of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, to eat some food

which he had prepared.

 

Anas said, "I went with the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him

and grant him peace, to eat the food. He served barley bread and a

soup with pumpkin in it. I saw the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless

him and grant him peace, going after the pumpkin around the dish, so I

have always liked pumpkin since that day."

 

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soooooooooooo.................

... pumpkin is good 4 u ??

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Assalamualaikum

 

jazakallah khair for the info, I didnt know pumpkin was such a favourite.

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asalamu alaikum

 

my mum tells my sister that pumpkin oil is good for her... dont know why though :D

 

any of you guys tried pumpkin then...?

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My mom makes pumpkin... :D Its tastes soooo nice. *drool* :tongue: She even makes it sweetened... Don't ask me how she makes it, cuz I'm crap at kitchen stuff. :D

 

I'm serious though, pumpkin is nice stuff.

 

Jazakallah khair for the great post sis Muja. :D

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Why'akum :smile:

 

(note: I have also heard that he liked squash, so "pumpkin" may be a mistranslation) Allahu alam, either way they are almost the same.

 

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asalamu alaikum

 

isnt it amazing how everything our beloved prophet did and eat has a benefit to us in terms of health... (the signs of a perfect being you can say...)

 

Pumpkins are very high in potassium, and have good amounts of beta carotene and vitamin C. They are also a good source of calcium and fibre, and as well as other vitamins and minerals. Pumpkin seed oil and pumpkin seeds are a good source of zinc and unsaturated fatty acids (good fats).

 

A study by the USDA indicated that diets high in pumpkin as a fibre source tended to curb the appetite, yet provided a high nutritional count for the calories consumed. The subjects in this study also absorbed less fat and calories from their food.

 

Pumpkin seeds and onions mixed together with a little soy milk make a great remedy for parasitic worms in the digestive tract. To make this remedy, liquefy three tablespoons of pumpkin seeds that have been soaked three hours, one-half of a small onion, one-half cup soy milk, and one teaspoon honey. Take this amount three times daily, three days in a row.

 

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yes Subhan'Allah, :D brotha D-ziner :laugh:

 

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Emmm.....

I cant recollect what a pumkin looks like. I cant even remember when i ate it last.

 

Is it the long green one. Or is it the round yellow one.

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Its the round yellow one. :D

 

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I guess I should eat more pumpkin :D

 

:D sis Mujahada

 

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asalaamu alaikum

 

 

Subahanallah I just learned something new jazakumullah khair Sister Mujahada .

 

sis zienab whats the arabic word for pumpkin I 4got :D .

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It is la'teen bro :D

 

Also thanks bro D-ziner for the info, I like roasted pumpkin seeds. Don't over eat that (stomach ache).

 

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