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|MODERATOR||Posted - 10 November 2000 1:35
"Do not cook a kid in the milk of its mother" - Shemos 23.
Chazal tell us two important rules regarding this prohibition:
1) "Kid" in the Posuk is not meant exclusively, but rather to include the meat of any animal similar to a kid. Meaning, any animal that is a) Kosher, and b) Cattle ("Behamah" - as opposed to a wild animal, "Chaya," or fowl, "oaf". Behemos include cows, goats, and sheep. An example of a kosher "Chaya" is a deer) is included in the prohibition.
2) "Its mother" is also not meant literally, and includes the milk of any kosher Behamah ("cattle"). (Tur, Shulchan Aruch Y.D. 87)
Question: Is every part if the animal included in the Torah's prohibition of Basar B'Cholov?
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