Moreover ye shall eat no manner of blood
Of any of the above creatures, or any other, even of any clean creature, and much less of an unclean one:
[whether it be] of fowl or of beast;
of all sorts and kinds. Jarchi thinks, the words being thus expressed, the blood of fishes and locusts is excepted, and so lawful to eat:
in any of your dwellings;
this shows that this law is not to be restrained to creatures slain in sacrifice in the tabernacle, and to the blood of them, but to be understood of all such as were slain in their own houses for food, and the blood of them.