Say I buy a food item at a supermarket and later discover it was opened. I then am unsure whether I opened it or not. Is one allowed to return it if there is doubt (one is not completely sure) that ...
If non-kosher food is eaten accidentally, do you have to do anything afterward? Is some form of “purification” required? If so, what?
'Al HaMihyah exempts 'Al Ha'Gefen, at least if it was said after eating grain products and grape juice/wine. Is this unique to this case, or is there a broader principle? Can a less specific ...
If you never saw Ushpizin, this video will give you a quick summary of what I'm talking about [especially starting at 3:55]. Basically, two non-frum Jews come over to Moshe's house for Sukkos. They ...
Whether one waits 6 hours, 3 hours, 1 hour, or somewhere in between, it is a common occurrence to find people mistakenly eating milk/cheese/yogurt too soon after meat. It seems like a problem that ...