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MODERATOR Posted - 22 November 2000 1:34
COMBINATIONS OF MEAT AND DAIRY OTHER THAN BY COOKING

When meat and dairy are combined by any means other than
cooking, none of the D'Oraisa prohibitions apply. Min Hatorah,
meat that was soaked in or salted with milk is permitted, as is a
meal consisting of meat combined with milk, though not cooked
together.


Eating Meat Mixed With Milk

However, there is a Rabbinic prohibition that prohibits
eating meat and milk together, even if they were not cooked
together.

Soaking or Salting

By Rabbinic Law, meat that was left soaking in liquid dairy
for a period of 24 hours, or meat that was salted with dairy for
a period of 18 minutes may not be eaten.

It is permitted, however, to derive benefit from such meat
or dairy, and may be sold or given away to a gentile etc.

Note: Certain conditions must be present for the soaked or
salted food to become forbidden. Also, there are cases where
meat becomes prohibited after soaking in dairy for only 18
minutes.

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