Sep. 14th, 2009 @ 08:27 am
|Date:||September 16th, 2009 06:07 pm (UTC)|| |
Well, I would think that if you had health concerns over feeding the goats milk than there would be other ways of disposing of it, feeding it to them seems to be the way that particular goat owner chooses to handle it. With the chickens I would assume that any bird that became an egg eater would then be slated for the table.
I did ask about the light switch but forgot to post the answer (that's what I get for posting so late at night LOL) They told me that it's not because turning on the switch is work but because it can create a spark, and you're not supposed to kindle a fire during Sabbath.
Another interesting tidbit I discovered, Giraffe was approved as a food animal in 2008.
Umm...do giraffe have cloven hooves AND chew the cud? 'Cause if not, they're NOT food, according to the Torah.
I need to dig a bit, but I think the verse actually says "Don't gather wood *to* kindle a fire", NOT "don't kindle a fire" - but I might be mis-remembering. That's on my list of things to look up. :grin:
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