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Basar b'chalav. The prohibition against eating, cooking, or benefiting from meat and milk together.

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Is a utensil used to pickle meat Ben Yomo for 24 hours

According to the Talmud in Chullin 97b pickling is considered cooking in Halacha. My question is, does this only mean the food has the halachic status of being cooked? Or does this Gemara also mean ...
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After eating parve food cooked in a meat pot, and before eating dairy — must you bentsch?

First, you ate some bread. Next, you ate some pareve chili which was cooked in a meat pot. You haven't said the Blessing after Meals yet. Now you'd like to eat some dairy food. A.) Must you say Grace ...
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If a Jew cuts an onion with a cold milchig knife, May they cook or eat it with meat

According to Halacha, after cutting an onion with a cold milchig knife, may it be cooked or eaten with meat? Does the taste (טעם) transfer to the onion even if it’s cold?
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Is Remilk dairy or pareve in Halacha

According to Halacha, is the animal free Remilk from Israel considered dairy for the purpose of seperating meat and dairy? Or no, since the milk is not from a live animal is it considered pareve and ...
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May Jews eat chicken before the usual waiting time after eating hard cheese

According to Halacha, Jews should wait at least 1 hour (according to some ashkenazi Poskim) or 6 hours (according to most Sephardic poskim) after eating Hard cheese before eating meat. Since chicken ...
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Is Goat milk chalavi?

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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May sick Jews wait less for meat and dairy

According to Halacha is there any leniency for sick Jews to wait less time between meat and dairy or no? Not in a situation of pikuach nefesh but just of general health and wellness?
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Do Jews to have wait for whey after meat

According to Halacha, if a Jew eats meat, do they have to wait after eating meat to consume whey, or do they merely have to finish eating, wash their mouth, and drink water? Are the rules for whey ...
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Are animal fats cooked with dairy issur hanaah

According to Leviticus 7:24 forbidden fats from non shechita’d animals may be used for any purpose but eating. Therefore, is it permissible to cook them with dairy and/or sell them mixed with dairy? ...
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Seperating gelatin and dairy

According to poskim who hold gelatin is only as kosher as the animal whose bones are used (with whom I don’t personally agree) does the same meat dairy separation Halacha apply? Or is there leniency ...
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How long is one Fleishig after eating something cooked with meat

According to Halacha, how long is one fleishing after consuming something that is typically pareve cooked with meat? For example, if someone ate vegetables that were cooked in a beef soup, are they ...
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Do non-glass cups/straws have to be kashered after use?

In Halacha, is there a requirement for non-glass cups or straws to be kashered after being used? For example, if a Jew is fleishig, can they drink out of a non-glass cup (or with a straw) which was ...
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If one ate milchig bread, how long is one milchig

If a Jew ate milchig bread, how long do they have to wait before they can eat fleishig again? The reason I ask is because in general if you drink milk as long as you wash your mouth you can pretty ...
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Tri Maschu תרי משהו - Shach and Taz

I am trying to find a definition to the principle תרי משהו. I am totally confused by what I have read. Could someone explain this principle to me?
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How do we know waiting after meat includes drinking liquid milk?

In the Shulchan Aruch Yoreh Deah 89, the rule is brought that after eating meat one may not eat cheese for 6 hours (other opinions are cited too, about how long to wait). As far as I am aware, the ...
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Why is milk blue?

According to the "kosher color scheme" meat utensils are marked red, and dairy (milchig) is marked blue. Now, red for meat is quite understandable since meat is in fact red. But why should ...
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Do you need to have separate meaty and miky glasses? [duplicate]

Is there any reason whatsoever to use different glasses, i.e., for hot milk beverages, and glasses used for a meaty table, as opposed to just washing them in between?
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Hand soap made with milk as an ingredient, and eating meat

If one uses a hand-soap that is made with milk, is one allowed to proceed to eat meat with their hands, like a chicken drumstick? Is it too little a proportion, or too far removed from derech achila (...
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Burger King Vs McDonalds, מן התורה או מדרבנן

I know this question is a little off the beaten track but still. I saw a quote in a Sefer regarding cooking meat and milk together. He explains there is a difference between Mcdonald's and Burger King’...
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Can one oven be used for both meat and milk?

Is it kosher to use one oven for both meat and milk dishes cooked separately. For instance, can I cook a meat dish and, after it's done, put in a milk dish and cook that? Or does the oven have to be ...
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Ingredients containing "Powdered Milk" after eating meat within less than 6 hours = Considered as Milk?

Simple question here, maybe an obvious one: Are candies (or a cookies, etc.) with "powdered milk" in its ingredient list considered as "Milk", after having eaten Meat for less than ...
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Where to learn Issur V'heter in Brooklyn

I'm looking for a kollel/group/yeshiva in Brooklyn that is learning Basar Vechalav/Taaruvos. Preferably according to the Ashkenazic Traditions. It doesn't need to be a semicha program, although that ...
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Why can't vessels become "chanan"?

The basic defnition of chanan/chatika nases nevela is when something becomes like a nevela through becoming mixed in a way that is forbidden. According to the Mechaber this only applies to basar b'...
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What is the status of a pareve container AFTER pareve food that had been cooked in a meat pot is warmed in it? Was status of pareve container changed?

I'm trying to learn what is the status of a pareve container AFTER pareve food that had been cooked in a meat pot is warmed in it? Was the status of the pareve container changed? I did search Mi ...
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How do poskim in shulchan aruch disagree about the existence of a rabbinical decree?

There are times when Chazal says something and the meaning is debated and there are other times when whether an entire category even exists. How is this so? To give specific examples of what I'm ...
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Why the addition of "its mother's" in "You shall not boil a kid in its mother’s milk"?

The Torah is considered to be precise and meaningful. The phrase "לֹא־תְבַשֵּׁל גְּדִי בַּחֲלֵב אִמּוֹ׃ (You shall not boil a kid in its mother’s milk)" appears three times in the Torah and ...
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Potential Basar V'Chalav issues with a hot water urn

Is a public hot water urn, used by many people for both dairy and meat products (eg. Coffee with milk, meat instant soup mix), problematic? Assuming no non-Kosher products were used, and the only ...
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If dairy and meat come from the same Star Trek replicator, would it be Kosher? [closed]

Apologies for my limited understanding of Judaism, but as far as I am aware, Jewish dietary laws prohibit mixtures of meat and milk. I remember a friend's housemate requiring a second sink and set of ...
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Cooking meat and milk but not benefitting from it

Is it forbidden to cook meat and milk if one wasn't to benefit from it? The situation is being a culinary class in a non-Jewish school - would I not be able to participate in cooking if there was meat ...
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Shiurim in depth on Basar VeChalav and Ta'aruvos

Does anyone have any recommendations for in depth Shiurim on Hilchos Basar VeChalav and Ta'aruvos in Shulchan Aruch. I am looking for a shiur which will go through the Shluchan Aruch, Shach, Taz and ...
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What is פנאד"ש?

I know that it is a meat food, but what does it look like? (שולחן ערוך יורה דעה צד, 8) I didn't find any explanations about it from Google.
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Kosher Pet Food

It is prohibited to benefit from basar b'chalav (meat cooked with dairy) even by feeding it to one's animals. (See e.g. Chullin 115b; Rambam Hilchoth Maachaloth Asuroth 9:1) Accordingly, are there ...
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Are Ricola drops pareve?

Are Ricola drops certified by Rabbi A. Yafe Schlesinger considered pareve?
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Basar Bchalav Smicha [duplicate]

Im learning Basar Bchalav now and it'd be very helpful to get summaries of the (Sh"A, Rema) Taz and Shach (Pischei Tshuvos). Does anyone know a sefer that sums them up (preferably in English)? ...
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Is it permitted to eat dairy after eating non-kosher meat?

This is referring to eating meat from a kosher animal that was not shechted. Rambam (Ma'achalot Asurot 9:6) writes that there is a prohibition to cook them together but there is no prohibition to eat ...
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Do decorations on glasses absorb? [closed]

We are Sephardic and follow the opinion that glasses can be used for both meat and milk, whether hot or cold, because glass never absorbs. According to this opinion, are glasses with decorations on ...
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What does this quote about meat and milk mean?

I'm trying to understand the meaning of this quote from טעמי המצוות by מנחם בן משה הבבלי, Mitzva Lo Ta'ase 56: (I think I understand all of the words, and I'm just not able to string them together, ...
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Can a glass stovetop be used for both meat and milk?

Is it permissible to use a glass stovetop for both meat and milk? Or is it forbidden? A OK article says that one should not use a glass stove top for meat and milk, however rabbikaganoff Is My Stove ...
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Milk utensil found in meat cabinet [closed]

Say one has 2 cabinets, one for meat, one for milk, and found, for example, a milk knife in the meat cabinet and are uncertain as to how it got there. Say they are uncertain as to if it was washed in ...
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Acquisition of meat/dairy status from contact with clean utensil [closed]

According to kashrut laws, if there is a container of cold, pareve food (such as a bag of flour or a jar of peanut butter), does using a clean dairy or meat utensil to scoop out some amount of the ...
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Is it a problem to rest a hot meat pan on a table, remove it, and then immediately after rest a hot dairy pan on the same spot?

Is it a problem to rest a hot meat pan on a table, remove it, and then immediately after rest a hot dairy pan on the same spot? I've heard from a rabbi that if the table/countertops is a little bit ...
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Saying bracha on dairy product before 6 hours have run? [duplicate]

Is there an accepted practice on what you are supposed to do if you thought 6 hours had run and say a bracha on a glass of milk but then you realize right before drinking it that it has not been 6 ...
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Where is the source for waiting an hour after eating dairy?

There are those (eg. Chabad) who have a custom to wait an hour after eating dairy before eating meat. I was told that the source is in the Zohar. Can anyone point to the exact origin of this custom?...
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Can a jew buy pepperoni/sausage pizza for a non-jew [duplicate]

Can a Jew buy (for his own money) pepperoni/sausage pizza for his non-jewish employee as a treat/tip? For example in honor of the jew's birthday (meat an milk (that was heated together is forbidden ...
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What sources discuss whether a pareve dish can be used in the same oven as meat and/or dairy consecutively?

Suppose a pie dish was used only for making fruit pie, and has never contained any dairy or meat. Suppose it spends time cooking inside an oven that also contained chicken and meat. The question is,...
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Why is the wait between meat and milk not halachically calculated?

Why don’t we use halachic hours to calculate how long you should wait in between eating meat and milk or vise verse? This would make a significant difference in different seasons like winter and ...
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Meals that start with dairy and end with meat?

We may eat meat shortly after eating dairy. But meals are never served that way. That is, serving dairy hors d'oeuvre followed by a meat meal. Why not? Is there a rabbinical prohibition against ...
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Can parve food cooked in dairy pot be served on a meaty plate?

Can parve food cooked in dairy pot be served on a meaty plate? Note that the parve food is served chilled after it was refrigerated in a parve container. EDIT: The food is a parve drink with kosher ...
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To shake milk that fell in a meat pot

In the Mishna Chullin 8.3 there are two versions. The issue is about a drop of milk that fell on a pot of meat on the fire. First version: טיפת חלב שנפלה על החתיכה, אם יש בה בנותן טעם באותה חתיכה, ...
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For a person who doesn't eat dairy are there any halachic or health issues with using a meaty pot to cook all food and drink?

If someone never eats dairy (and won't be sharing with people who do), is there any halachic problem with using a meaty pot to cook all their food? Would the same apply to someone who eats meat, but ...
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