7 to be exact.
Some make sense.
Yeah, but hey, just don't eat the limb of a live animal pal - leave off of Kermit!
In today's budding Noahide World, there are many pundits and would be "the next biggest thing" to make a splash in Noahide lore, and truth be told, it is a rather interesting field of research.
Some areas of law are controversial, theoretical, practical, boring, edge-worthy, novel, draconian, etc. etc. I, like most people, love closure and resolution to a good Torah challenge, and I find it far and few between that the classic Torah sources fail to deliver the knock-out blow to people's quandaries within the scope of law or philosophy within Noahide/Ger. But I must say, that my efforts of mastering the live limb issue have become a sort of Red Heifer; it has totally captivated me, and I believe it is an endless journey of self-discovery in Noahide Torah Universally, one that ironically is the most probable to come from left field.
So here it is: the live limb - eat it and die.
There is the Rambam on this [straight forward] and then you have some other Rishonim offering their views on fish and birds [etc.]
What about the live frog or squid? Logic says its wrong, and the writings speak of wrong due to a lack of refinement which is the scope of the law, just not Biblically [maybe].
This will be an on-going project, and the ways of the World seem eager to ever-provide the material in developing Noahide Law. The East does things the West would not dream of, and vice versa. Culture exists, and the Torah refines it - yet it must be done to sanctify God in Truth.
Now live frogs - yes or no? You be the judge - and I mean that literally; it's time.