I was recently posed the following puzzle:
You have a pot of meat. You put in milk. It becomes pareve. How can this be?
Any ideas on how this is possible?
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Mix 1 fluid ounce of beef gravy with 59 fluid ounces of water. We don't have 1:60 yet, so the pot is "meaty." Then pour in 1 fluid ounce milk. The pot now contains 60:1 against the milk, but also 60:1 against the meat. It's therefore pareve.
Compared to my previous answer:
-- Both answers only work if there are no recognizable pieces of meat.
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If the milk was halachically pareve to begin with (e.g. human milk), and you added 60:1 by volume against the meat, the result would be pareve.