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

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Sources for 3 hour time limit (not Rb. Yerucham)

The main textual source for the minhag of waiting three hours between eating meat and eating milk is Rabeinu Yerucham. However, it appears to many that the "ג" in there is actually a typo and it ...
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what is the reason this was not allowed 3:26b4

Why couldn't a kid goat be boiled in its mothers milk? What is the reason for this prohibition? https://hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/questions/15/why-does-adonai-instruct-us-to-not-prepare-a-goat-in-...
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Why isn't this a violation of the halachos of nat bar nat?

This page, discussing nat bar nat (“Nosein Ta’am Bar Nosein Ta’am”--"that which gives taste is the son of that which gives taste"--a halachic concept addressing the transfer of taste from foods to ...
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Waiting after meat as a minhag

I was once told in the name of R' Hamburger שליט”א that the practice of waiting between meat and milk is, for Ashkenazim, a minhag. I was told that nonetheless, as we are accustomed to wait and ...
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Pareves made on dairy dishes and pareves made on meat dishes in the same meal

Is it permissible to eat pareve food made on dairy equipment/dishes and pareve food made on meat equipment/dishes in the same meal/on the same plate?
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Why do we benefit from chocolate bars with no hechsher, but not eat them?

We don't eat chocolate bars with no hechsher. What are we afraid might be in them, whether through the equipment or directly? Let's take the case of a dairy chocolate bar that wouldn't be served in ...
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Is it permitted to benefit financially from a meat/milk mixture that is rancid / rotten / otherwise inedible?

One is not permitted to derive benefit from a mixture of meat and milk. I'm curious -- would that prohibition still hold if the meat & milk mixture were inedible? I have no idea how one would ...
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May one eat dairy immediately after tasting a meat item? [duplicate]

I know that there are different customs regarding how long one must wait to eat dairy after eating meat. Let's say one tastes a meat stew or soup to see if it needs more spicing, and this amount is ...
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Cold smoking and kashrut

related Cold smoking is a process by which food is cured by contact with smoke which fills the whole vessel but does not [ideally] exceed 80˚F, which is well below yad soledet (at least for my hands) ...
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Is chicken collagen considered fleishig or parve?

I have seen a few brands of Type 2 collagen in a pill form contain chicken collagen. Regarding taking pills, I have asked 2 local rabbanim who agreed with this general rule: Preferably, one should ...
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Can you use a not kosher knife sharpening stone/wheel [duplicate]

I learned the the sharpening stone kashers the knife But are there any sources regarding the use of a sharpening stone/wheel that was used for non kosher knifes (possibly used even when dirty knives)...
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A Fleishig-Milchig Mixture that's Pareve

I had heard that a dish that's 59 parts pareve to 1 part milchig to 1 part fleishig is pareve, as the fleishig portion is batel by a 1:60 ratio, as is the milchig portion. My question is twofold. ...
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Must ice cubes be designated meat or dairy and separated?

If I have a freezer each for meat and for dairy, can the ice from automatic ice cube maker in my meat freezer be used to cool dairy drinks?
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Source for waiting between milk and meat?

There is a widespread custom to wait 30 min between (soft) cheese and meat. What is the origin and source of this custom?
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Kashering a stove

The common custom I have noticed is for people to use the same stove top for meat and dairy. However, people also claim you need to kasher a stove top before use. How are these two positions not ...
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Why R'Moshe Fenstein considers whey as being pareve?

Why does he considers whey as being pareve whereas it is clearly pareve only mideoraita and not midrabanan (according to Tosfot, the Rosh considers it as being dairy even mideoraita)? Sources: http://...
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Is there a detailed explanation for Bereishis 18:8? [duplicate]

וַיִּקַּח חֶמְאָה וְחָלָב וּבֶן־הַבָּקָר אֲשֶׁר עָשָׂה וַיִּתֵּן לִפְנֵיהֶם וְהֽוּא־עֹמֵד עֲלֵיהֶם תַּחַת הָעֵץ וַיֹּאכֵֽלוּ׃ I know the Torah was not given at this time, nor had the Sages explained ...
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waiting after meat, in contexts other than basar bechalav

Waiting after meat before milk comes from a concern of either the taste being still in your throat or particles still in your teeth and you are eating that with milk. Do we apply this in other cases ...
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Getting Married With Different Customs

B'H I'm getting married in a few months and my fiancée waits 3 hours between meat and milk and I wait 6. In general, does a wife take on all the customs of her husband? In my example, would she have ...
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double wrapping. kashrus in my mouth

If one has a milchig oven, he can double wrap the food and the food wont become milchig or pass fleish to the oven. If I double wrap a hamburger in a layer of lettuce and a layer of bun, can I have it ...
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Why is fish and milk permitted but not poultry and milk?

E.g. Chicken and milk is forbidden, but fish and milk is permitted. (Some Hassidim and Sefardim do not mix fish and milk as I understand it). If going off the common answer of not to confuse chicken ...
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Dairy or pareve black coffee:

What are the halachic considerations that govern the kashrut status of an Americano (black) from an espresso machine that uses a secondary steam wand to make lattes and cappuccinos? This is at a ...
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Because of forgetfulness, I caused other Jews to eat dairy after meat. What can I do to atone? [closed]

I baked carob brownies for tu b'shvat with butter. The next day, I made pareve barley soup and a dairy dessert. I took these (& other pareve stuff) to my son's house for a tu b'shvat seder. They ...
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Cold Dairy into lukewarm meat

If a cold dairy item (such as a liquid or solid) falls into lukewarm chicken soup, and The bowl had recently been hot, is the bowl treif?
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Kashrut of a knife without a blade

Disclaimer: I do not understand all of the concepts that this question relies on, nor do i know what they're called and how to look it up. At home, we're always told to use a spoon and not a knife in ...
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If cleaned between meals can the same knife be used for cold dairy and cold meat items?

If one thoroughly washes a knife between meals can the same knife be used to cut cold meat items and cold dairy items?
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Putting meat spoon in dairy coffee

What are the primary sources that discuss the rule of taking a meat spoon and using it in my dairy coffee. Would it matter how long ago the spoon was used?
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Oreo on Fleish dishes

I'm looking for primary sources that discuss the rules about dairy equipment food (such as oreo) being used on meat dishes.
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Bracha levatalah vs waiting between meat and milk

If I make a ברכה on a Hershey bar, and before I eat the food, I realize I am Fleishig, what do I do? (assuming I have no other food around?)
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Kissing when one person is meaty and the other is milky

I know that someone cannot eat milk immediately after meat and vice versa. Is it ok for two people to kiss if one person has just had meat and the other has just had milk? Do they, perhaps, need to ...
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Eating parve food, which was cooked with dairy utensils, while fleishig [duplicate]

If I am fleishig, would I be able to eat bread that was warmed up in a dairy toaster? Although this is a toaster, and at most the only thing put inside was parve bread whereas there would be no ...
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Kashruth Issues with Dog Food?

If someone is keeping a vegetarian/milk household, and then they acquire a dog that eats meat based dog food products, what potential Kashruth issues might arise? Would there be difference in Kashruth ...
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Waiting between meat and a product with negligible dairy

After eating meat, there's a strong custom to wait a while before eating dairy, but does this apply if the dairy (or meat) food contained an amount of diary/meat that, if it fell into the first food ...
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Does eating a parev item cooked in an oven with meat make you meaty?

If I cook (e.g.) roasted vegetables in an oven whilst at the same time cooking a chicken in a different shelf, would eating the roasted vegetables render me meaty? There are several factors that need ...
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Length of time for waiting for hard cheese proportionate to the length of time it was aged

In a Halachic pamphlet I saw before Shavuos this year, it mentioned an opinion that one must wait after eating hard cheese one hour for every month it is aged (so if it was aged three months, three ...
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Using Dishwashers for both Meat and Milk

Can one use a dishwasher to wash both meat and dairy dishes, either simultaneously or consecutively? What about pareve dishes?
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Kids waiting between meat and milk

There is a rabbinic obligation to wait between meat and dairy though customs are diverse regarding how long to wait, ranging from 1 hour (for those who come from e.g. Dutch communities) to the more ...
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does a water bottle become fleishig from a meal?

If I drank from a water bottle during a meat meal, does it become meat? Basically, if I drink from the same water bottle a few hours later, do I need to wait six hours again?
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Accidentally served a guest meat and milk

If someone accidentally served a guest a milk-and-meat combination and realized his mistake after the fact, should he ask the guest for mechilah (forgiveness)?
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How does a condiment become Fleishig?

Ive seen people label their ketchup or mustard or other condiments in their home as either meaty or milky or parve. How does a condiment's kosher status get changed?
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Waiting after meat and milk

If someone eats a mixture of meat and milk, does he need to wait before eating more meat or milk?
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Eating at Home and Maarit Ayin

Short question: is maarit ayin (מראית עין) a problem when one is home alone? Long question: assuming that in-vitro meat is pareve, even if it is maarit ayin to eat it with milk in public, would it be ...
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What defines “hard cheese” [duplicate]

I grew up with the minhag that after "hard cheese", one must wait for 15 minutes before one may eat meat. However, the question often arises as to what qualifies as such in terms of halacha and minhag,...
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Rema more meikel than mechaber in bb"ch?

Is Rema more lenient than mechaber anywhere in the laws of milk and meat? Usually, it seems, he is stricter.
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Cooking nat-bar-nat food in an opposite-type pot

The Star-K writes: If one ate pareve food that was cooked in a fleishig [=meat] pot, one is not required to wait six hours before eating dairy. However, one may not eat this food together with ...
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What's the law of Bittul and powdered milk?

Suppose someone took a tea-spoon of powdered milk, reconstituted it into normal milk, and accidentally dropped some of it on meat. Do we measure the bittul of the resulting mixture against the powder ...
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Permissible to consume something from milk dishes while still fleishig

Is it permissible to consume something hot from milk dishes if one is still fleishig from a meat meal?
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Waking up fleishig [duplicate]

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 ...
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Does jam have the halacha of duchka d'sakina?

The Chochmas Odom in 49:9 holds that all fruit have the halacha of duchka d'sakina, and that if you cut a fruit with a meat knife which was not definitively clean, you need to scrape off the outer ...
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Could pipes from a boiler to a sink ever be considered a kli sheini?

A reason why having two sinks, in a kitchen, is justified, is because hot meat and milk cleaned or mixed together in a single sink could constitute bishul; one of the three prohibitions of "לֹא-...