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The reason given for not eating fish and meat together is due to Sakana. In current times it does not seem to be a Sakana, (Nishtanu HaTeva). Would you be allowed to eat them together? If not - why not / If yes - why yes?

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IIRC the Rambam brings it down nowhere, and I've heard speculated that its for this very reason –  Baal Shemot Tovot Mar 28 '12 at 4:12
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up vote 6 down vote accepted

See the discussion here. The Magen Avraham shrugs his shoulders as to why this prohibition became carved-in-stone halacha, but once it did, we accept it as such.

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Thanks for the link –  Gershon Gold Oct 6 '10 at 19:31
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