More Discussions for this daf
1. Why Basar BeChalav is a Chiddush 2. Basar v'Chalav questions 3. Efshar Lesochato Asur
4. Tosfos DH she'Nafal l'Soch 5. Tipas Chalav 6. Rashi DH I Chiddush Hu
7. תוספות ד״ה גדי אסרה תורה ולא חלב

david kale asks:

I am having trouble translating parts of this RASHI , COULD YOU GIVE ME A WORD BY WORD TRANSLATION

david kale, uk

The Kollel replies:

Sholom Rav,

Here's a translation of the requested Rashi:

If it is a Chidush ... why does the Mishnah then say that it needs a reason? Even without giving a reason, it will be forbidden, since the Torah is teaching us a Chidush - even the smallest amount, seeing as it is Basar be'Chalav? This is therefore a proof that it is not a Chidush, but that the Torah is particular, like it is by Kilayim in a vineyard, which is also forbidden because it is a mixture of two species - because, since it is not a Chidush, we learn it (above, on Daf 98a), from the cooked foreleg (of the ram brought by the Nazir), where it (the rest of the animal) is permitted (to a Zar [ a non-Kohen]), as long as it (the foreleg) does not give taste.

Be'Virchas Kol Tuv,

Eliezer Chrysler