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This is what it says in Shulchan Aruch Yore Deah 113:5: If a non-Jew cooks but he did not intend to cook -it's permissible (e.g. he lit a fire in a field to get rid of the grass/hay and Chagavim were cooked -they are permitted).. But if his intention was to cook -it's prohibited (e.g. he lit a fire to bake bread and he didn't have any knowledge that there ...
Divrei Moshe Chapter 45 explains that Tavshil Shel Basar is something that was cooked with meat, has no meat present, however has a meaty flavor.
Being that no action is done, the question here is not a question of whether one would be transgressing a prohibition, but rather whether one would be permitted to derive benefit from the items which were affected by an apparent violation (הנאה). In a broad sense, the halachot of deriving benefit from a transgression are fairly clear (see Shulchan Aruch 276 ...
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