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Halacha The following is not discussed bellow in full. We are dealing only with Chamets mixed before Pesach Min beMino, in a dry mixture (for example flour Chamets with flour Non Chamets): Annulled one on two; a liquid mixture too. No problem of owning (Mishna Berura 442, sk 1). Min besheEino Mino (the tastes are different)mixed in a volumetric ...


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Before nightfall at the start of 15 Nisan, Chametz is just like any other prohibited food in terms of nullification in mixtures (ShA OC 447:2, cf. YD 102:4) so regular rules like 1:60 and Ta'am Lifgam would apply. From that point until the end of Pesach it is never nullified in a mixture and forbids one from deriving any benefit from the mixture (OC 447:1). ...


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The bitul of chametz in a mixture is the 60:1 because both of them were mutar before Pesach. The bitul of the declaration would not allow it to be eaten as that is similar to finding a piece of bread on Pesach that had been "nullified" by the kol chamirah. You would still have to destroy it on chol hamoed as it is still forbidden chametz. The difference ...


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Two unrelated uses of the word bitul, which is causing some confusion here: If the quantity of chametz in this food is negligible, it's not considered "chametz." I declare any chametz I own to be "good as dust." Any question of mixtures addresses the first point, completely unrelated to the second. Here's a nice piece from the Star-K on the subject. In ...



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