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Is goat milk treated the same as cows milk for the purpose of kashrut? Must it not be used along with meat, and must one wait after eating meat to have a dish cooked with goat milk?

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    Yes. Is there any reason you wouldn't think so? The original verse that we learn that all milk is forbidden with all meat is "do not cook a small goat in it's mother's milk" Commented Apr 7 at 16:10

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Yes, absolutely. If you think about it, the Torah verse about all of this talks about cooking a g'di in its mother's milk. Now while the Talmud reads that as referring to any young animal, most often the term g'di means "a young sheep or goat."

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Yes.

The original verse that we learn that all milk is forbidden with all meat is "do not cook a small goat in it's mother's milk"

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גדי לאו דוקא, דהוא הדין שור שה ועז. ולא שנא בחלב אֵם, לא שנא בחלב אחרת, אלא שדבר הכתוב בהוה

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