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Salting

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Salting

Salting

Salting
Hundreds of chickens are salted on top of one another.

"It is permissible to salt many pieces of meat together. So long as a piece is still giving off tzir, it will not absorb blood from another piece. Furthermore, even if tzir collects in a pocket between the pieces, the meat is mutar." (Mechaber, Y.D. 70:1)

"Nevertheless, the custom is to be strict l'chatchila concerning all pockets found in the meat. For example, a side of beef should be turned over during the salting in order that the blood will flow off, but b'dieved we do not need to do this." (Rama)

Salting

Salting


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