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The main source is Igros Moshe OC 4:74 Bishul 15 For more details, see http://doseofhalacha.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/making-tea-on-shabbos.html Tosafos (Shabbos 40b) writes that once water has been poured from the kettle (kli rishon) into a kli sheni, the water begins to slowly cool down and so cannot be considered bishul. There are some foods, however, ...


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It's permissible. The reason is because even if you hold that electricity has the same status as fire regarding the 39 prohibitions of shabbat, on yom tov making a fire from scratch is only a rabbinic prohibition under the category of nolad. (Making a new entity come into existence). So we are dealing with a rabbinic prohibition, however since in your case ...



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