Then what does it say? Once it boils, lower the temperature, cover the pot, and let it simmer until the beef is fully cooked through. Make sure the milk has boiled. Use a wooden spoon to break up the meat into small crumbles. So I believe 3/4 lb would yield 2 cups of beef crumbles." Abraham did not take curds and milk and serve those and then an hour or more later serve the beef, all while waiting under a tree. Common sense says this was essentially a cheeseburger. Step 3: Place the Beef Inside the Water and Bring it to a Boil. Bring the water to a boil, stirring often so the beef stays in small pieces. Reader Margaret told me this: "I boiled approximately 1.5 pounds of 80% lean ground chuck and got 4 cups of beef crumbles. Step 2: Boil the Milk. It says that God's people should not seethe a kid in its mother's milk. Here’s Why Cooking Chicken in Milk Makes Sense. This initial boiling is done to prepare the beef. SET AND FORGET – No more wasting precious time in the kitchen waiting for your water to boil or watching for a boil over. Just boil the beef inside the water until the water comes to a boil. You may give it to foreigners who live in your town or sell it to foreigners who are visiting your town. No, it does not. "Seethe" is an old English word for "boil" or "stew." Bringing a piece of meat to a rapid boil causes one of the three types of protein in it to break down and float. Simply boil the milk on a stove. As anybody who watches "Always Sunny In Philadelphia" would know, a Milksteak is a steak that is cooked in boiling milk. PREVENT BOILING OVER – Simply place this stainless steel Pot Watcher in the bottom of your pot and you will never have to worry about your soup, pasta, or milk boiling over ever again! (That’s true for non-dairy milk, like coconut milk, too.) The quote refers to cooking in milk (or another liquid), not using milk as a (pre-cooking) marinade to tenderize the meat. Contemporary English Version You belong to the LORD your God, so if you happen to find a dead animal, don't eat its meat. In this context, it only matters that the meat is being cooked in water (milk, of course, is mostly water). Do not boil a young goat in its mother's milk. Step 1: Put 1.5 Cups of Milk in a Boiling Pan. This amount measures up to around 0.75 litres of milk and is the amount that you need for this recipe. Of course, you can boil any kind of ground meat, not just beef. Don't boil a young goat in its mother's milk. Mash the potatoes until smooth and creamy (or fluffadding some of the reserved potato Good News Translation I have read in two different places that the practice of boiling a baby goat in its mother's milk was a profane act and one practiced within Canaanite religions. It's myth that the foam is acid, dirt, old blood or impurities. Drain the boiled ground beef, and season it to your liking (or whatever your recipe calls for). As an added bonus, the milk creates a creamy sauce that will keep a roast chicken even juicier. The scriptures are clear with regard to clean and unclean meats, but does this verse actually say that meat and milk should not be eaten together? Taking more or less amounts of milk can mean that you will need to tweak the recipe somewhat. The calcium in milk is thought to kick-start a natural enzyme in the chicken that helps it tenderize. When water reaches its boiling point, some of it evaporates, which cools the remaining liquid, so everything stays right below the boiling point (212°F at sea level). (NOTE: I've been asked a few times about the yield from boiling ground beef. Thank you, Margaret.) It also breaks up the acidity and heat. Skimming the foam is useful, not vital. The boiling here does not have to take place for a set amount of time. There’s no set amount of time for the boiling; just make sure the water comes to a boil.