2 edition of Science and practice in cropping for meat and milk. found in the catalog.
Science and practice in cropping for meat and milk.
Henry Ian Moore
|Statement||Illustrated from photos, taken by the author.|
|LC Classifications||SB208.G7 M6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||126|
|LC Control Number||53015424|
For example, eating bananas with milk can diminish agni, change the intestinal flora, produce toxins and may cause sinus congestion, cold, cough and allergies. Although both of these foods have a sweet taste and a cooling energy, their post-digestive effect is very different - bananas are sour while milk is sweet. AGAIN strictly rabbinic INVENTION –though as we know there was a wider NON-JEW specific practice inseveral mediterranean cultures not to cook any milk and meat together in the same (non-metal) pot (I guess the pots were clay or ceramic) because this tended to sour meat and make it taste bad –BUT that was when milk would sour in the hot.
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