Hunted meat, may it be eaten?
The Torah says: And whatever man... hunts and catches any beast or fowl that may be eaten; he shall even pour out the blood thereof, and cover it with dust... (Lev. 17:13)
The International Nazarene Beit Din Says:
Meat obtained by hunting may be eaten (Lev. 17:13) provided the following conditions are met:
The animal is a clean animal (Lev. 11)
The animals blood is poured out (Lev. 17:13)
The blood is covered with dust (Lev. 17:13)
The animal is examined to determine if it is TEREFAH (torn)
(Ex 22, Lev 7:24, 17:15 and 22:8)
(the wound inflicted in the hunt is not counted in this examination).
The internal organs and fat are removed.