Halacha Tag: chew

Waiting Between Meat and Milk

The Gemara (חולין קה) quotes Rav Chisda that one who eats meat may not eat dairy afterward. The Gemara writes that Mar Ukva would wait from one meal to the next to separate meat and dairy. The Rishonim give a few reasons for this. Rashi (חולין קה) writes that the reason for this is that […]

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Tasting Meat

If one chewed meat and spit it out (for example, for a child), they still must wait six hours before eating dairy, in line with the Rambam’s opinion that we wait for meat stuck between the teeth (שו”ע יו”ד פט:א). If one only tasted the meat with their tongue and did not chew at all, […]

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