Question:

Is one allowed to cook/benefit from non-kosher meat from a kosher animal (regular meat slaughtered by a goy) with milk from a kosher animal? I read that the prohibition is only on kosher meat and kosher milk, but I am not sure if the meat has to be shechted or not in order for us to have basar b’chalav issues.

Answer:

The prohibition not to cook them together will apply, however the prohibition not to benefit from what was cooked is controversial, and in extenuating circumstances one may be lenient.

Sources:

Rambam Hilchos Maacholos Asuros 9-6, Rambam Mishnayos Krisus 3-4, Pischei Teshuva ibid 6, Dagul Merivava Y:D 87-3, Aruch hashulchan Y:D 87-12, Pri Megadim ibid 16, Chasam Sofer Y:D  92.

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