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Feb
15
accepted If the last day of Passover is Friday, may I eat chametz on the Shabbat right after?
Feb
15
comment If the last day of Passover is Friday, may I eat chametz on the Shabbat right after?
I like this answer most. Short, sweet and to the point. As to @jake's question about muktze, see my comment there. IMO if the non-Jew bought a kosher challah before Pesach and froze it, then the moment Pesach departs, the challah is no longer muktze, so if he invites you to join him for a meal, you can accept, and you don't have to make a kinyan on food that your host offers you, so there's no issue there, either.
Feb
15
comment If the last day of Passover is Friday, may I eat chametz on the Shabbat right after?
@jake - Muktzeh ends the moment the yom tov ends. The fact that we treat bein hashmashos lechumra in both directions is only because we're not expert enough to judge the exact moment when Yom Tov ends and Shabbos begins, but it would seem to me that at that very moment, whenever it is, the muktzeh-ness of the chometz disappears, and it turns out that when shabbos came in the chometz was not muktzeh. So if a non-Jew bought some kosher challos before Pesach and froze them, then invited you over on shabbos to eat with him, I can't see what would be wrong with that?
Feb
15
revised If the last day of Passover is Friday, may I eat chametz on the Shabbat right after?
"eat", not "have"
Feb
15
comment If the last day of Passover is Friday, may I eat chametz on the Shabbat right after?
@msh210 - I meant "eat"; will edit question.
Feb
15
comment If the last day of Passover is Friday, may I eat chametz on the Shabbat right after?
@DoubleAA - ah, I missed the subtlety there (wheat vs flour). Nevertheless, the intention of the question was whether or not you could eat chometz on that shabbos. Not sure if soggy wheat kernels qualify as food, and I don't think I'd particularly want to eat such a mix, even just for the novelty of being able to say "I ate chometz on the shabbos directly after Pesach!" I had a nice, fluffy Vizhnitzer challah in mind... :)
Feb
14
comment If the last day of Passover is Friday, may I eat chametz on the Shabbat right after?
@DoubleAA - adding water to flour is a melacha
Feb
14
asked If the last day of Passover is Friday, may I eat chametz on the Shabbat right after?
Feb
13
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
18
comment Mehadrin vs. Non Mehadrin
@avi - Interesting, I didn't know that. Link to source?
Dec
21
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
29
comment Why is techeles not universally accepted?
+1 Personally I think that almost throw-away line "... [with] the high price of Tcheiles the Rabbonim don't want to obligate the general population to purchase it," is probably the best reason I've heard so far.
Nov
26
accepted What is “emunas chachomim”?
Nov
25
asked What is “emunas chachomim”?
Nov
16
comment Why are angelic icons not prominent in Judaism?
@JimThio - yes, but that was a Divine injunction, not something that any human chose to do for artistic purposes.
Oct
24
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
20
asked What is the meaning of psak?
Aug
26
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
22
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
12
awarded  Yearling