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.


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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