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No. The ChelevChelev prohibitions do not apply to fowl (ShA YD 64:164:1). The Gid HanasheGid Hanasheh prohibition would only apply to a fowl which has a "circular hip joint", though there is no need to check fowl for such a joint (ibid. 65:565:5) and I am unaware of any commonly consumed fowl which have such a joint.

No. The Chelev prohibitions do not apply to fowl (ShA YD 64:1). The Gid Hanashe prohibition would only apply to a fowl which has a "circular hip joint", though there is no need to check fowl for such a joint (ibid. 65:5) and I am unaware of any commonly consumed fowl which have such a joint.

No. The Chelev prohibitions do not apply to fowl (ShA YD 64:1). The Gid Hanasheh prohibition would only apply to a fowl which has a "circular hip joint", though there is no need to check fowl for such a joint (ibid. 65:5) and I am unaware of any commonly consumed fowl which have such a joint.

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No. The Chelev prohibitions do not apply to fowl (ShA YD 64:1). The Gid Hanashe prohibition would only apply to a fowl which has a "circular hip joint", though there is no need to check fowl for such a joint (ibid. 65:5) and I am unaware of any commonly consumed fowl which hashave such a joint (ibid. 65:5).

No. The Chelev prohibitions do not apply to fowl (ShA YD 64:1). The Gid Hanashe prohibition would only apply to a fowl which has a "circular hip joint", though there is no need to check fowl for such a joint and I am unaware of any commonly consumed fowl which has such a joint (ibid. 65:5).

No. The Chelev prohibitions do not apply to fowl (ShA YD 64:1). The Gid Hanashe prohibition would only apply to a fowl which has a "circular hip joint", though there is no need to check fowl for such a joint (ibid. 65:5) and I am unaware of any commonly consumed fowl which have such a joint.

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No. The Chelev prohibitions do not apply to fowl (ShA YD 64:1). The Gid Hanashe prohibition would only apply to a fowl which has a "circular hip joint", though there is no need to check fowl for such a joint and I am unaware of any commonly consumed fowl which has such a joint (ibid. 65:5).