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The "bearded vulture" is not allowed at the dinner table. [Lev. 11:13] Would he be allowed if he shaved first?

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That would depend if he used a razor or not. If he used a razor it would be a siman that he was not keeping the mitzvos of the torah and would therefore remain forbidden at the table.

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The bearded vulture is not supposed to shave at all. There is a reason as to why you shouldn't eat it, but merely look at it if it were on your dinner table. And, you must glorify it as it says:

והדרת פני זקן

You shall glorify the face of a beard.

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