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 7:19
 7:20
7:19 Any [sacrificial] flesh that comes in contact with something unclean may not be eaten; it must be burned in fire. Otherwise, any ritually clean person may eat the flesh.
Vehabasar asher yiga bechol-tame lo ye'achel ba'esh yisaref vehabasar kol-tahor yochal basar.
7:20 But if any person eats the flesh of a peace sacrifice to God while still in a state of ritual uncleanliness, his soul will be cut off from his people.
Vehanefesh asher-tochal basar mizevach hashlamim asher l'Adonay vetum'ato alav venichretah hanefesh hahi me'ameyha.



Commentary:

sacrificial flesh
  (Rashi). The verse merely mentions 'flesh,' but in the desert, the only flesh eaten was sacrificial flesh (see Deuteronomy 12:15).





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