Saturday, December 19, 2009

Eating fruit from a grafted tree


One may not graft a branch from a tree of one species to a tree of another species. However, one may eat the fruit which results from such a graft. This permission extends to the product of any interspecies grafting - fruits or vegetables.

(Code of Jewish Law Yoreh Deah 295:7; Beiur haGRA Yoreh Deah 295:22)

Have a great day,

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