Halacha Tag: meat

Nat Bar Nat

The Gemara in Chullin (111b) brings down a dispute about a fish that had gotten the taste of meat from a pot and then one wants to eat the fish with dairy. Rav says that since the fish was cooked in a meat pot the fish may not be eaten with dairy because there is […]

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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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Meat Between the Teeth

If after waiting six hours there is still meat between the teeth, one is required to remove the meat and wash out their mouth (either by rinsing or taking a drink) and eat something before eating dairy. If after removing the meat from one’s teeth they ate the meat that was removed, they do not […]

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Meat and Milk on One Table

When a person is eating meat it is forbidden to have milk on the table (and vice versa), because you might end up eating them together by mistake (שו”ע יו”ד פח:א). This halacha applies whether there are two people eating together, one eating milk and one eating meat, or one person eating meat by himself […]

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