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|RuvenYisrael||Posted - 29 November 2010 1:31
The Torah says that it is forbidden to mix to seed or two animals. So does this mean that genetically engineered foods(e.g. tomatoes injected with fish genes to make them stay fresh longer) are forbidden to eat?
|iluvmyfrnds||Posted - 05 December 2010 19:43
i overheard this convo between goyim:
what happens to jewish if they eat nonkosher?
and honestly i didnt know
so what happens?
|iluvmyfrnds||Posted - 10 December 2010 0:18
whoops that was supposed to be a new topic :(
|emoticon||Posted - 13 December 2010 23:26
Though Chazal point to a specific side effect: timtum halev. [Based on v'nitmeisem/v'nitamtem bam] That's why, according to the Rema, a Jewish child should not nurse from a non Jewish wet nurse-- even though her milk may be halachically permissible, it is "metamtem es halev umolid teva ra."
See the Mesilas Yesharim on nekiyus.
|taon||Posted - 24 December 2010 0:04
Ruven, I've heard different things about geenetically engineered foods, it's a whole debate, but I dont know about animal dna into plants. It might not be mixing/kilayim since they're two seperate categories of things, and I dont know how the process works but it's probably not a normal grafting.
|emoticon||Posted - 24 December 2010 0:04
What d'you mean...
What happens to Jews if they're "oiver" on any one of the six thirteen?
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