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I would likeImagine a case in which one is invited to participatevolunteer with a group that is volunteering in preparing and serving a meal at a homeless shelter. The group has decided on a menu that includes milk and meat together in the same "main dish" recipe. The volunteer group as well as the homeless recipients are almost all non-Jews.

In a situation like this, is it OK to participate as a volunteer? Does it matter if the volunteer does not directly work with the meat and milk mixture (e.g. preparing or serving the dessert or salad, instead)?

I would like to participate with a group that is volunteering in preparing and serving a meal at a homeless shelter. The group has decided on a menu that includes milk and meat together in the same "main dish" recipe. The volunteer group as well as the homeless recipients are almost all non-Jews.

In a situation like this, is it OK to participate as a volunteer? Does it matter if the volunteer does not directly work with the meat and milk mixture (e.g. preparing or serving the dessert or salad, instead)?

Imagine a case in which one is invited to volunteer with a group that is preparing and serving a meal at a homeless shelter. The group has decided on a menu that includes milk and meat together in the same "main dish" recipe. The volunteer group as well as the homeless recipients are almost all non-Jews.

In a situation like this, is it OK to participate as a volunteer? Does it matter if the volunteer does not directly work with the meat and milk mixture (e.g. preparing or serving the dessert or salad, instead)?

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I would like to participate with a group that is volunteering in preparing and serving a meal at a homeless shelter. The group has decided on a menu that includes milk and meat together in the same "main dish" recipe. The volunteer group as well as the homeless recipients are almost all non-Jews.

In a situation like this, is it OK to participate as a volunteer? Does it matter if the volunteer dodoes not directly work with the meat and milk mixture (e.g. preparing or serving the dessert or salad, instead)?

I would like to participate with a group that is volunteering in preparing and serving a meal at a homeless shelter. The group has decided on a menu that includes milk and meat together in the same "main dish" recipe. The volunteer group as well as the homeless recipients are almost all non-Jews.

In a situation like this, is it OK to participate as a volunteer? Does it matter if the volunteer do not directly work with the meat and milk mixture (e.g. preparing or serving the dessert or salad, instead)?

I would like to participate with a group that is volunteering in preparing and serving a meal at a homeless shelter. The group has decided on a menu that includes milk and meat together in the same "main dish" recipe. The volunteer group as well as the homeless recipients are almost all non-Jews.

In a situation like this, is it OK to participate as a volunteer? Does it matter if the volunteer does not directly work with the meat and milk mixture (e.g. preparing or serving the dessert or salad, instead)?

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I would like to participate with a group that is volunteering in preparing and serving a meal at a homeless shelter. The group has decided on a menu that includes milk and meat together in the same "main dish" recipe. The volunteer group as well as the homeless recipients are almost all non-Jews.

In a situation like this, is it OK to participate as a volunteer? Does it matter if the volunteer do not directly work with the meat and milk mixture (e.g. preparing or serveserving the dessert or salad, instead)?

I would like to participate with a group that is volunteering in preparing and serving a meal at a homeless shelter. The group has decided on a menu that includes milk and meat together in the same "main dish" recipe. The volunteer group as well as the homeless recipients are almost all non-Jews.

In a situation like this, is it OK to participate as a volunteer? Does it matter if the volunteer do not directly work with the meat and milk mixture (e.g. preparing or serve the dessert or salad, instead)?

I would like to participate with a group that is volunteering in preparing and serving a meal at a homeless shelter. The group has decided on a menu that includes milk and meat together in the same "main dish" recipe. The volunteer group as well as the homeless recipients are almost all non-Jews.

In a situation like this, is it OK to participate as a volunteer? Does it matter if the volunteer do not directly work with the meat and milk mixture (e.g. preparing or serving the dessert or salad, instead)?

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