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It’s Been a Hard Day’s Cheese
It’s even widely-known that within kosher law there is a waiting period required before eating dairy after eating meat. But whoever heard of waiting 6 hours to eat meat after cheese??? Join Rabbi Avrohom Gordimer, a Rabbinic Coordinator with OU Kashruth specializing in the dairy industry, as he explores the Ashkenazic practice of waiting for an extended period before eating meat after eating hard cheese. Why must one wait? How long exactly must one wait? What is the halachic definition of hard cheese? Tune in and be informed by this comprehensive and comprehensible seminar. If you have questions or comments for Rabbi Gordimer please send them to: email@example.com
Click here to see the lengths of time for which some common cheeses are aged.