milchik


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milchik

(ˈmilxɪk) or

milchig

adj
(Judaism) Judaism containing or used in the preparation of milk products and so not to be used with meat products. Also called: milky Compare fleishik See also kashruth
[Yiddish, from milch milk, ultimately from Old High German; compare milch; see also milk]
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The same line of thought applies to mixing milk and meat: Even though pets do not have to keep kosher, their food must either be milchik or fleischik, because humans cannot derive any benefit from the mixing of both, according to Chabad.
Simply put," says Maggie Glezer, author of A Blessing of Bread: Recipes and Rituals, Memories and Mitzvahs, "real babka was always milchik [dairy].
Wooden architecture, the most original and most unique [sic] part of the cultural heritage of Russia, is on the verge of total extinction,' writes Mikhail Milchik, vice-director of the St Petersburg Research Institute of Restoration.