325. Capon

46:27 If fat or milk runs on the floor of an oven, it must be heated to red hot in order to kasher it. This is called “libbun.”

46:28 Capon (which is a castrated rooster) may be eaten because we rely on the non-Jew who castrated it possessing the requisite skill to not damage the bird’s intestines. If we do discover any damage to the intestines, even if they are only a little dislocated, the bird may not be eater.