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3answers
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What's wrong with making coffee on Shabbat?

If, on Shabbat, someone pours water from a kli shlishi (which according to all opinions I'm aware of) over coffee beans which are laying on a filter is there any problem with drinking the resulting ...
13
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2answers
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Cooking water on Shabas renders the pot non-kosher?

The halacha (SA OC 318) generally is that if someone cooks food b'mezid (on purpose) on Shabas then he may not eat it, not even after Shabas. Magen Avraham adds that the pot in which the food was ...
7
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1answer
113 views

Can steam make one Fleishigs?

If I go and lean my head over a pot on the stove, open my mouth wide, allow the steam that's rising to enter my mouth, and then swallow it (don't try this at home), does that give me a status of being ...
10
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2answers
297 views

Kosherizing Water using Distillation

Suppose I have water that was cooked with non-kosher food. I then take the water and distill it. Would this water be considered permissible to drink?
3
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1answer
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refilling a percolator on Yom Tov

Are you allowed to refill a percolator or hot water urn on Yom Tov?