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Oznayim LaTorah to Beshalach 16:25 says that the verse אכלוהו היום כי שבת היום לה' וכו - eat it today, for today is Shabbos for Hashem - means to say that they should eat the Manna on Shabbos, and not be like those who refrain from eating it (since the leftovers of previous days were spoiled) even though they see nothing wrong with it as it is. Therefore ...


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Here is the closet thing I found: Rabbi Chaim Rubin wrote a excellent article about dieting on Shabbos and mentions that there is a tradition "from Sefarim and Sofrim" that Shabbos food does not make one fat. Although he implies there are many sources he only brings one (since it's not the main point of his article) and even that is a Maaseh Rav In the ...


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THe GRA in the first pesukim in Mishlei, says that the place where the yetzer hara attacks a person is in a seudas mitzvah. (where we can easily be led to beleive that doing the wrong thing (overeating) is actually the right thing (kavod hashabos).


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I really doubt it's a problem. Rabbi Stone of the OU has a "kashrut in the workplace" mp3 where he says that today, if you walk through the business district at 12:30pm on a Tuesday and see a non-kosher restaurant where several people with suits and briefcases are sitting around, and one of them is wearing a yarmulka, we assume he's having his kosher ...


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You do not need to eat meat to have a siyum. To just wash for bread or just to even have cake with soda is good enough. See Horav Chaim Kanievesky Shlita quoted in Yoma Tova L’rabanan page 107:4, refer to Orchos Rabbeinu 2:page 57:6. The Reason why we can eat during the nine days is because we are making a seudas mitzvah, but then again you do not need to. ...



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