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By placing cold soup on a Blecht during Shabbat, we do NOT re-cook it, because this is NOT Bishul. The soup is merely re-heated below a temp. of Yad Soledet, about 45 deg. Celsius. This is why Rambam and others permit it, and this is my family's custom.


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Opinion #1 based on Hacham Ovadia Yosef On Erev Shabbat one may put a pot of raw food on a plata which is connected to a timer so that when the plata eventually turns on the food will cook. Since there are some poskim who do not allow doing so, one who refrains even though he is not required to is worthy of blessing. On Shabbat itself one may place a pot ...


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The late Rabbi Salzer of the Adath Jeshurun community in Johannesburg (paying attention Danny Schoeman?) gave a strange ruling. He paskened that potato chips were bishul akum and he advised members of his kehillah to cover them with ketchup and reheat them in the oven. I never understood this. If the chips were bishul akum then putting them into the oven ...


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Considering that reheating is allowed on Shabbath (provided it is in a manner that doesn't run into Rabbinic restrictions like shehiyah or hachzara) because it is not considered cooking, it logically follows that reheating should not uproot a bishul akum status (anymore than would the food cooling off after having been cooked). The only place where one could ...


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All sources are from Yeshiva.org.il's detailed article about this. Note that i am relying on them being correct -- i did not check them. As we said in the question, there are two possible issues: Is it being warmed directly by the sun or not? Does the cold water get cooked upon entering? It is most definitely a machloket about whether or not it can be ...



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