What’s the proper way to deal with a situation like this: you have been told by your local vaad hakashrut that a certain hechsher is not reliable and any food products certified with it are not recommended. Then you go over for a Shabbat or Yom Tov meal to the home of someone who is seemingly very observant. And you discover they are serving you a product under that hechsher, along with lots of other food prepared on the same kelim. And they insist it is all kosher. This is a situation I have found myself in before.
At what age should my wife and I start making sure our son is observing all the kashrut laws? He is just turning one and since we do keep kosher, we're starting to feel awkward about giving him his milk bottle before bed when he has just finished a dinner consisting of meat.
In Exodus 23:19, Exodus 34:26 and Deuteronomy 14:21 States: " Do not cook a young goat in its mother's milk."
What is the explicit reason for this instruction of not cooking a goat this way and given as a command when G-d gives it THREE times?
Thank you for the research...I hit a dead end in mine.