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Incorporating some ideas that were mentioned in @IsaacMoses's and @DoubleAA's good answers, this question was asked of R' Ephraim Greenblatt and he printed the answer, YES, in a collection of short piskei halacha (legal decisions) called Riv'vos V'yovalos. Paragraph 73 there says that although the P'ri M'gadim in Mishb'tzos Zahav (108:5) doesn't give a ...


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Riv'vos Efrayim, volume 2, responsum 115, paragraph 57 (on page 200), in part, in my own, loose translation: It seems that if he did not recite "hagafen" in havdala he fulfills his obligation. However, if he remembers before the drinking of the wine, he must then recite "hagafen". My omitting "shehakol", the correct benediction, on my beer is akin, as ...


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Kaf HaChaim in siman 89 #8 writes in the name of דע׳ק If one forgets and starts to eat cheese during the six hours, he may finish and he does not need to stop. He also does not need to fast because of this mistake, being that there is no issue of eating issur here, it is merely a safeguard. Chacham Ovadia Yosef in his commentary on the Ben Ish Chai called ...


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On your twist: If you realized in the middle and it is an acceptable time to daven maariv, it seems from the Shaarei Tshuva siman 422 that you can have kavana that this tfilah be for maariv and you would be yotzei maariv. The case in the shaarei tshuva is if one begins to daven mussaf on rosh chodesh, and realizes after the first three brachos that he has ...



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