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I once heard that you cannot wake up in the morning being fleishig, meaning if you go to sleep for the night, even if you sleep less than 6 hours (or whatever time you wait), you are pareve and can eat milchigs when you wake up.

What is the source for this and what is the reasoning?

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    Could you add "Is this true?" to your set of questions? It sounds dubious to me. – Isaac Moses Oct 2 '14 at 20:56
  • @IsaacMoses I could, but I heard it from a Talmud chochom. Do I need to add that? I don't doubt that there is such an opinion. – jim Oct 2 '14 at 20:57
  • @IsaacMoses, I've seen the opinion in print (now I have to remember the name of the sefer but it was of 20th century vintage). Whether or not is the halacha is a different question, but I can attest that it does exist as well. – Yishai Oct 2 '14 at 20:58
  • judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/8161/… > The Satmerer Rebbes (R' Yoel) said that one can drink milk in the > morning after 5 hours from eating meat at night if he slept in > between. R' Dov Berish from Biala said one can eat milk in the > afternoon after 5 hours from his meat meal if he slept – Gershon Gold Oct 2 '14 at 21:01
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I've heard this from unlearned people only. I assume they are mixing themselves up with keilim. That is, in the idea of nosein taam lifgam, we say the blios in a kli become no longer considered halachicaly viable, bidieved at least, after being in the kli over night or over a 24 hour period. The popular opinion is to hold 24 hours but the other opinion held simply passing of the night counts. I think this is where the mistake you mention comes from.

  • What's the evidence for overnight being sufficient for nosein taam lifgam? – Avrohom Yitzchok Oct 2 '14 at 21:04
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    @Avrohom Yitzchok what do you mean evidence? Its a shita in the rishonim just like 24 hrs. In fact its not so nidcha from halacha in the achronim, I just don't have the time to check up what I would say off the cuff so I'm not going to. – user6591 Oct 2 '14 at 21:15
  • Another duplicate!! ....consider reading the accepted answer to the original before moving this answer there. – MTL Oct 3 '14 at 3:31

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