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You don't need a special knife for shechitah, though it's recommended. The Simlah Chadasha (18:16) says that, in order to have a fallback option in case one's knife is lost before he could check it after (and didn't check it before), he can rely on the fact that his special knife (that was put away, and is never used for anything else) is probably free from ...


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The simplest explanation for this concept is "Like a blind man (finding) in a trap door (in an attic)" To expand on that: much like a blind man cannot find his way out of a room without help*, and if he did it by himself it was just pure luck, so too are these שחיטות that came out good -- you can't use these to prove that someone who doesn't know הלכות ...


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No, the meat would not be forbidden if the blessing was skipped, in most cases. The blessing need not be repeated if it was skipped. See Simla Chadasha (19:1), who writes: ואי לית ליה לא יברך אחר השחיטה אפילו תוך כדי דיבור דכיון דראוי היה לברך קודם ודחי נפשיה הואיל ואדחי אדחי אבל השחיטה כשרה אפילו לעצמו ואפילו הזיד ולא בירך ומ״מ אם רואים שהעם פרוצים ...



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