[LMB] OT: Language

Caroline Tabach ctabach at gmail.com
Wed Aug 14 11:23:13 BST 2019

I read a religious article about this once.
There did not seem to be a problem about whether this was permitted, but
whether it would count as a meat meal, thereby prohibiting eating together
with milk.

I cannot remember the answer

Caroline Tabach
ctabach at gmail.com

On Fri, 9 Aug 2019, 10:31 Gwynne Powell, <gwynnepowell at hotmail.com> wrote:

> From: "M. Haller Yamada" <thefabmadamem at yahoo.com>
> Gwynne: Vat meat can't chew cud; does that mean it won't be kosher?
> --
> I was wondering the same thing. But it won't have ANY hooves, so?isn't
> there the chance that vat meat will be classified as a vegetable??
> It seems to me I read somewhere about some odd classifications ofcertain
> foods, either by Jewish people, or possibly by Catholics backwhen they were
> much pickier about their dietary laws. I can't bring upeven a smidgen of
> which animals they might have been. #FridayBrainFog.
> Micki
> Gwynne: Meat classed as a vegetable!  My dreams come true!
> Btw, what happens with vegans when vat meat is available. Since most
> objections are based on the cruelty to animals of eating them, will it be
> ok to eat meat when it's from a vat?
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