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Shmiras Shabbos KeHilchasah (footnote to 3:60) quotes R' Shlomoh Zalman Aurbach that it is forbidden when the cover to the saltshaker is on. 3:60 מותר לתת גרגירי אורז (לפני שבת, ומשום אסור מוקצה) בממליחה פחותה ע"מ שיספגו את הלחות שבמלח, ובממליחה מכוסה טוב לא להוציא דרך המכסה שבה, גם אם נשאר הרבה מלח מעורב בתוך האורז footnote 179 שמעתי מהגרש"ז ...


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http://www.dinonline.org/2010/08/10/filter-on-faucet/ Ayil Meshulash chapter 7 note 110 & Shemiras Shabbos 3:60 both say it is permitted to use a salt shaker with rice inside on Shabbos. The reasoning is because the salt shaker is made solely for immediate use, and therefore its use is not considered Derech Bereirah but rather Derech ...


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Shmiras Shabbos Kehilchoso (Chapter 33:4) writes that it is permitted to cut a tablet into two equal halves in order to use only half. In the footnotes (footnote 30) he quotes this in the name of Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Auerbach and explains and there is not issue of the prohibition of "Mechataich" (measuring), because the Melocha of "Mechataich" only applies ...


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I'd say there's no problem because you can't pick the connected hair. Borrer is when you pick the Psolet (or what you don't want) out of the food (what you do want). It's like picking a shoe that happens to be in the middle of a row of other shoes that are nailed to the floor. A more Talmudic could-be-proof, is from Mishna Beitza 23a: רבי יהודה אומר אין ...



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