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comment Per Sepharadim, is Almond Breeze permissible immediately after meat?
Not just after meat, but even cooked into meat (aside from the maarit ayin issues which arise with almond milk, which can be avoided).
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revised How big, and what exactly, is “Kedei Kelipah”?
I found a source!!!
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comment Is the brochah made on gum for the base or the flavoring?
judaism.stackexchange.com/a/6788/1172
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comment Is the brochah made on gum for the base or the flavoring?
@WAF if "garon" literally meant throat, you could pretty much never be hayav for something because it is a beriya-it usually wouldn't be whole by the time it gets to your throat.
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comment Eating meat: when do the 6 hours start?
If its based on when you start eating, if you have a seven hour meal may you eat basar bechalav during that seventh hour? Or can you eat them consecutively just not together? Does it matter if its "derekh bishul"?
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comment Is the brochah made on gum for the base or the flavoring?
Yabia Omer O"C vol. 7. I'd post it if I had access, but I'm sure you're plenty capable of looking it up yourself. Its around the 20's (simanim-wise), addressed to his son R. Yitzchak.