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The Yalkut Yosef (קיצור ש''ע ילקוט יוסף א, קפח) says: היכא שאמר שיר המעלות בשוב ה' וגו', מותר לו להמשיך לאכול, דלא חשיב היסח דעת. [ילקוט יוסף ח''ג על הלכות ברכת המזון וברכות עמוד רלד בהערה]. See here as well: נראה שבאמירת שיר המעלות לבד, ולא אמר הב לן ונברך, לא הוי היסח הדעת, שהרי בגמ' מצינו רק לענין הב לן ונברך, או מים אחרונים It is ...


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As already mentioned in the comments the Aruch HaShulchan qualifies the statement in Shulchan Aruch that one may eat temporary eating without removing Tefillin by saying (O.C. 40:5): וזהו לפי מנהגם שהלכו כל היום בתפילין, ולא לדידן. ונראה לי דלדידן לא נכון גם אכילת עראי בתפילין This is according to their custom that they went the whole day in ...


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In the sefer Minhagei Chasam Sofer (ס'א) it is written that the Chasam Sofer's custom was to learn with his teffilin on, and while he was learning he had coffee brought to him, and he would drink.


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It's in berachot 51, acording to Rabbina you can bless even if you remebered you didn't after you are done eating. The Raabad holds this opinion. Here is an essay about it: http://ybm.org.il/hebrew/LessonArticle.aspx?item=1891


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See Shulchan Arukh OC 172 for such an opinion (that if you drink and remember before swallowing that you didn't say a Bracha you can swallow and say a Bracha after swallowing) quoted in the Rama. (I note it is a somewhat controversial position, so CYLOR for a final ruling.)


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Please refer to this Mi Yodeya question. Shulchan Aruch Y.D. 116 mentions that one is not allowed to eat food that is mixed with vomit or excrement or to eat with utensils that people use for such purposes such as utensils used in the rest room (I guess that may mean something like eating food using a toothbrush?) He relates this to being a prohibition of ...



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