Or do, It's delicious. Cheeseburger, yum.
The reason this sentence is here is because Jewish laws of Kashrut (dietary laws, which are followed by the majority of Jews in Israel, at least to some extent) forbid combining meat with milk in any form
I go ahead and make a cheeseburger, once in while, using goat cheese with the beef in order to avoid the possibility of combining the calf and mother. How strict are the kosher laws regarding this?
Why 'and' and not 'with'?
It accepts "with", which is technically the more exact translation.
Jewish Mitzvot FTW.
I wonder if this would accept "dairy" instead of milk?
It does. I just tried it.
כי זה לא כושר
It didn't except 'with'. Why not?
But chickens and their eggs is totally cool.. not an abomination like boiling a calf in it's mothers milk... they're two TOTALLY separate things.