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shulchan aruch orach chaim 271.2 Women are obligated to recite Kiddush even though it is a positive commandment dependent upon a time factor /which women are usually not responsible to keep/. For /the two commandments of Shabbos,/ Zachor (“Remember the Shabbos”) and Shamor (“Keep the Shabbos day”) are equated to each other; /therefore,/ women who are ...


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According to Rav Bentzion Abba Shaul 2:perek 12:5 that if the dough is plain(not mixed with milk or oil) and tomato sauce and cheese is placed ontop not inside the dough it is hamotzei. See footnotes as well. It also seems that the amount of slices make no difference since it is considered pas.


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I can't tell you for sure but here is some info that may help. Concerning the hephsek between the shel yad and the shel rosh, the Ben Ish Chai is stringent not to interrupt for Kadish or Kedusha between the two even when NO bracha is made, such as when putting on Rabbeinu Tam. See his halachos at the end of parshas Vayeira, shana alef, siman 26. So ...


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I'm not sure why the asker didn't find many many references online to this issue. The OU, for example, says this: The Shulchan Aruch (YD 95:1-2) rules that if a pareve food was cooked in a totally clean dairy vessel, the food may be eaten with meat, and that if a pareve food was cooked in a totally clean meat vessel, the food may be eaten with dairy. ...


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According to the Beit Yoseph, certain sirchos are kosher without any further bedika (examination). These are sircha c'sidran and sircha b'dophen tsar. An animal which has such sirchot is kosher Beit Yoseph, but is not chalak. If it has no sirchos at all, it is chalak. The Rama himself did not allow those sirchos which the Beit Yoseph allowed, in fact the ...



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