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Mixing Milk and Meat, Prohibition against

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The laws of kashrut require that in addition to not eating them together, we wait a specified period of time between eating meat and eating dairy.
The Kosher Kitchen
Kosher foods are divided into three categories: meat, dairy and pareve. One of the basic principles of kashrut (the laws of kosher) is the total separation of meat and dairy products.
Can Cooking be an Un-Kosher Act?
Did you know that G-d would rather you cooked pork chops than a cheeseburger? That’s right. There is no biblical injunction against cooking pork—although eating it is absolutely forbidden... But it is forbidden to even cook meat together with milk.
The laws of kosher require that in addition to not eating milk and meat together, we wait a specified period of time between eating meat and eating dairy. After Dairy After eating dairy and before eating meat, eat something pareve, which does not stick to...
Contemporary Halachah and Kitzur Shulchan Aruch
The Torah prohibits the mixture of milk and meat. Understanding this mitzvah on five levels.
Based on Zohar Shemot 262A
After finishing [the Amidah prayer], he stands on his feet to confess his sins so there will be no pretext for the Other Side to accuse him and so it [the Other Side] is subjugated before him. Now he stands firm, blessed from the King's house [to receive ...
Based on Zohar Shemot 218B
Come and look at the verse "take a censer, and put fire in it from off the altar, and put incense on it" (Numbers 17:11). What is the reason for this instruction: "for wrath is gone out from G-d; the plague has begun"? Nothing breaks t...
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