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Chapter 36: 4-6
The Laws of Salting Meat

4. If after soaking the meat, one cuts a piece into two before salting it, one must wash the place it was cut to remove the blood that is there.

5. Meat that was frozen must be allowed to thaw [before it is soaked and salted]. However, it should not be placed close to a burning oven for that purpose. In an extreme situation, it may be soaked in lukewarm water.

6. A container that is used to soak meat before salting should not be used for any other purpose involving food.

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