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Eggs vs basar bechalav

May seem stupid but I think it’s quite logical question. If there’s prohibition of mixing meat with milk that came from Torah “Thou shalt not seethe a kid in its mother’s milk” why it doesn’t include eggs? Why this “narrow” ban was applied to all mixing of dairy and meat but not to all situations when you can use “related” animals or their produce to cook another. You can’t butter baste steak but you can fry it on beef tallow. You can’t marinate chicken in yoghurt, but you can add eggs to chicken meatballs? I’m curious, you can feed goat with it’s mothers milk, but egg can (in some cases of course) become new chicken. Why?

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