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Yes, it is totally permissible no matter how you do it. The relevant concern here is that it's prohibited to "knead" by mixing flour with water to make dough. (That's why making a mush like baby cereal is a bit tricky; it's supposed to be made far thinner than bread dough, and made differently as well.) Corn-flakes-in-milk doesn't look anything like a bread ...


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Yes. There's no reason to prohibit that I can think of; a glance at a laws-of-Shabas book reveals no prohibition; and the common practice (in my own limited experience) is to allow it.


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That would depend on how connected the milk inside the udders is to the cow. Conceptually, a kosher, slaughtered cow with milk in it's udders can be cooked and eaten with that milk de'oraysa, but may be assur midirabannan. That implies we view the milk as still incorporated with the cow. Therefore, if the cow becomes assur, the milk in it's udders is assur ...


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The Torah mandates "simcha" on Yom Tov. The Talmud understands "simcha" to refer to eating meat and wine. Hence, the obligation to eat meat on Yom Tov. The exact parameters of this obligation are subject to much debate among the Poskim. The fours assumptions you quote are held by some Rabbis and rejected by others. As always, ask your LOR. The obligation ...


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I heard from a Rabbi, a popular Halachah teacher in Bais Yaakov high schools, that while essentially one would be permitted to use the same glasses for milk and meat, nowadays it is not the custom for two reasons: 1) Glasses may be used for actual hot milk and meat. Or, they are often exposed to hot milk and meat in the dishwasher. 2) There is a concern ...



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