Sneaking meat into desserts

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  • #1400830
    Lightbrite
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    Has anyone added beef, chicken, and/or lamb to a sweet dessert, like a cake?

    You heat about desserts with hidden veggies… wondering if anyone has successfully hidden meat in dessert thay tastes totally like how people would expect it to taste — to the level that no one would ever guess.

    Granted…. then you’d have to tell the person that the dessert was fleishig.

    OR, you can say that you baked the dessert in a fleishig dish.

    Thank you 🙂

    #1400850
    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    It wouldn’t be fleishig, it would be assur.

    There is a halachah not to bake milchig or fleishig “pas” which actually includes cookies, cakes, and pies.

    There are ways to do it that would be muttar (special shape or baking only enough for that day), but then you would have to tell them; you couldn’t just say it was a fleshig dish because they wouldn’t know to wait six hours.

    It would be pretty difficult to put meat in without affecting the taste…

    #1400851
    Lightbrite
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    Rarrrr autocorrect. Sound like a drunk. Why “thay” why?

    #1400855
    yehudayona
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    I wonder what earlier generations used as fat when baking desserts, in the days before vegetable oil and vegetable shortening. I wouldn’t be surprised if was shmaltz,

    #1400861
    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Butter?

    #1400875
    Lightbrite
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    Was butter always available?

    Maybe Jews had a kosher version of lard?

    #1400872
    Lightbrite
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    Oh thank you DY!

    So question please… if pareve food is cooked in a fleishig pot, are you saying that you wouldn’t need to wait the same amount of time before eating fleshig, than you would if you had eaten meat?

    #1400880
    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    After eating pareve food made in a fleishig pot, you don’t need to wait before eating milchig.

    #1400886
    Lightbrite
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    Whoa… I had no clue!

    Thank you.

    #1401185
    joe
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    But it cannot be eaten together

    #1401212
    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    That depends whether or not the pot was a ben yomo, and even if it was, it’s not so simple, because of nat bar nat.

    #1401285
    takahmamash
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    Did anyone here know that you can make mousse and meringue out of aquafaba?

    #1401804
    Lilmod Ulelamaid
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    I just want to point out that I think this is based on the assumption that the pot was clean.

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