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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 Brisker Rav explains this Gemarah as follows: In the future, all the nations will see that everything that happened in the world was for the sake of the Jewish people and their Torah learning. They will therefore ask G-d to reward them for the unanticipated effects of their actions. G-d derides them as "world-class fools", responding that they acted only ...



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