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Halacha - chicken feed
Submitted by Shaul  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh

The eggs are permitted. First of all "you are what you eat" does not apply in Halacha and an animal that eats non-Kosher food does not become non-Kosher itself. Furthermore, the inedible shell of the oyster is not necessarily forbidden because it is similar to an inanimate rock.

posted:2008-12-21 16:34:39

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