Within Perek 14, passukim 3-21, discusses the dietary prohibitions and permissions. My first inquiry is the anomaly particularly found in Passuk 11. ״כל ציפור טהורה תאכלו״- “Every clean bird, you may eat.” Every other animal type within the aforementioned passukim contain a different syntax. For example, concerning the ox, sheep and goat, etc the passuk delineates a list of acceptable animals for consumption, and then lists the parameters of a kosher animal (see passukim 5-6). And no condition of “Every clean animal you may eat” is stated. By passuk 9, the passuk concerns the fish, again with the parameters for a kosher fish but no enumeration of the “clean animal” condition. The question proceeds, what is the reason for this discrepancy?
A secondary inquiry may proceed, what is the passuk telling me that I would have not known otherwise? Is it not clear that every clean bird I may eat?
A tertiary inquiry, although less significant is the redundant enumeration of this condition. By passuk 20, it is repeated and with no clear connection to the directly adjacent passukim.