Why Can’t You Cook Milk & Meat Together? | Aleph Beta

Why Can’t You Cook Milk and Meat Together?

Milk & Meat In Jewish Law


Rabbi David Fohrman

Rabbi David Fohrman

Founder and Lead Scholar

Mixing Dairy & Meat

Have you ever wondered where in the Torah God commands not to eat meat and milk together? It must be written somewhere that cheeseburgers are not Kosher! Surprisingly, it’s not explicitly written in the Written Torah, but rather detailed in the Oral Torah. This video takes a deeper look at the different facets of the Written Torah and the Oral Torah and explains why both are needed in order to turn lofty ideals into daily actions.

Discover other videos about Kashrut at Aleph Beta, including ‘Basar B'chalav”, “The Meaning of Kashrut”. And “Kosher Slaughter


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