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    • Shlomo Simkins
    • 17.06.13 | 18:22 (IDT)

    My friend, when the school of Hillel stated Shamai's opinion, they made sure to understand it first. I encourage you to take a look at the Shuchan Aruch (Yore Deah 97:1) were it states clearly that in order to knead a dough with milk you need to give it a unique shape and if you don't, the final product can't be eaten. The purpose of a kosher certification is to inform which restaurant, bakery, etc. sell products that can be eaten according to Jewish law, and only uniquely shaped bourekas meet this requirement.

    from the article: Regulating the shape of bourekas makes a joke of Jewish law
    First published 08:49 17.06.13 | Last updated 08:49 17.06.13
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