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from below i see that it is forbidden to destroy a kezais (olive size) of bread and it is permitted to destroy bread less then a kizais but in a respectful way talmud brochois 52b ... the crumbs which are as large as an olive and leaves those which are smaller than an olive. This supports the dictum of R. Johanan; for R. Johanan said: It is ...


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This article gives some of the conditions permitting bread cooked in a 'non-Jewish' bakery with kosher ingredients: The Shulchan Aruch (37) says a heter to eat pas paltur is if it is higher quality (in taste orappearance) (38) than the Jewish bread since then it is considered you do not have Jewish bread (39). It would seem that the only time it would be ...


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There is a requirement to eat bread for first two meals of Shabbos, as per the Shulchan Aruch Orach Chaim Siman 274:4. However, the Mishna Berura Siman 291:1 Sif Katan 3 notes that Shabbos meals were given for oneg meaning pleasure, not for tzar meaning pain or unpleasantness. The sefer Shemiras Shabbos K'Hilchasa therefore rules in chapter 54 paragraph 35 ...



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