13 eat milk? nasty. what was I thinking?
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  • We have a concept that something which derives from something Tamei is also Tamei. However, this law only applies to something which is Asur because of a Lav. If it is Asur from an Isur ‘Aseh, such as human flesh, derivatives of that “Tamei” item are not Temeim, which means that human blood and human milk are not in any way prohibited.

  • Remember, only the RaMBa”M holds that there is an Isur ‘Aseh prohibiting human flesh. Therefore, LeKulei ‘Alma (according to everyone) it is permissible to eatconsume human milk, and at the very least according to the majority opinion among the Rishonim it is permissible to eat human flesh.

  • We have a concept that something which derives from something Tamei is also Tamei. However, this law only applies to something which is Asur because of a Lav. If it is Asur from an Isur ‘Aseh, such as human flesh, derivatives of that “Tamei” item are not Temeim, which means that human blood and human milk are not in any way prohibited.

  • Remember, only the RaMBa”M holds that there is an Isur ‘Aseh prohibiting human flesh. Therefore, LeKulei ‘Alma (according to everyone) it is permissible to eat human milk, and at the very least according to the majority opinion among the Rishonim it is permissible to eat human flesh.

  • We have a concept that something which derives from something Tamei is also Tamei. However, this law only applies to something which is Asur because of a Lav. If it is Asur from an Isur ‘Aseh, such as human flesh, derivatives of that “Tamei” item are not Temeim, which means that human blood and human milk are not in any way prohibited.

  • Remember, only the RaMBa”M holds that there is an Isur ‘Aseh prohibiting human flesh. Therefore, LeKulei ‘Alma (according to everyone) it is permissible to consume human milk, and at the very least according to the majority opinion among the Rishonim it is permissible to eat human flesh.

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12 changed back Behemah Tehorah to Kosher animal.
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However, that is in reference to a Behemah Tehorahin reference to a Kosher animal (such as a properly slaughtered cow or sheep).

However, that is in reference to a Behemah Tehorah (such as a properly slaughtered cow or sheep).

However, that is in reference to a Kosher animal (such as a properly slaughtered cow or sheep).

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