What is the "Ger asher bi'She'arecha" to whom one gives the Neveilah?
Rashi: He is a Ger Toshav, who undertakes not to worship Avodah-Zarah 1 but still eats Neveilos.
What is the significance of the phrase "Ki Am Kadosh Atah"?
Rashi: And who should therefore sanctify themselves even regarding issues that are permitted. 1 Do not therefore permit something that is permitted to others who have taken upon themselves to be stringent concerning that matter.
Ramban: With reference to "Lo Sevashel G'di ... ", the Torah is stating that, although it does not fall under the category of "To'ei'vah" 2 it is nevertheless prohibited because we are holy with regard to our food, 3 or because it is cruel to use the mother's milk to cook its baby. 4
Why does the Torah repeat the Pasuk "Lo Sevashel G'di ba'Chalev Imo" three times?
Rashi: To preclude a Chayah, birds and a non-Kasher animal, 1 from the La'av of "Lo Sevashel G'di ... ".
From where do we learn the Isur of eating milk together with meat?
Rashi: Refer to 14:21:3:1*.
Targum Yonasan: From a Kal va'Chomer - If it is forbidden to cook them together, how much more so to eat them together.
What is the reason for this prohibition?
Ramban: Refer to 14:21:2:2.
Seforno: Because that is what the Cana'anim used to do, thinking that it would ring about an increase in their flocks, their possessions and their animals.