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Apr
25
comment Ratios of Hameitz-to-Other for Owning
@kouty, thank you, I will try to work through your answer, just tired tonight.
Apr
20
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Apr
20
accepted Bittul of Hameitz in Mixtures Aquired Before Passover
Apr
20
comment Bittul of Hameitz in Mixtures Aquired Before Passover
I mean onset of the period when regular 1:60 nullification stops applying.
Apr
20
comment Bittul of Hameitz in Mixtures Aquired Before Passover
DoubleAA, thank you for this answer. There seems to be a discrepancy between your answer and Shalom's regarding onset: you say nightfall of the 15th, @Shalom says midday of the 14th. Is this point explicit in the Shulkhan Arukh section you referenced?
Apr
20
comment Bittul of Hameitz in Mixtures Aquired Before Passover
Thank you, Shalom. Yes, whether the two uses of the word are related or not was a question for me. I'm glad to have that clarified.
Apr
20
comment Bittul of Hameitz in Mixtures Aquired Before Passover
@msh210, I see your point, it's just that, for each question, I would have to preface the question with the definition of the specific kind of bittul I'm asking about, which would be very repetitive. If you think, it's important, though, I will break up the question.
Apr
20
comment Bittul of Hameitz in Mixtures Aquired Before Passover
@DoubleAA, I mean, yes, bittul that would make the food permissible to eat on Pesah: eating not owning, which is (I think) a separate question.
Apr
20
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Apr
20
comment Bittul of Hameitz in Mixtures Aquired Before Passover
@DoubleAA, I have in mind the wide variety of common processed foods that you buy in a package, that are not specifically bread or hameitz products, but may have some ingredients that are. I think this would apply to most packaged foods one one buys in the supermarket.
Apr
20
asked Bittul of Hameitz in Mixtures Aquired Before Passover
Apr
19
comment Why are trees referred to in female form in ברכת האילנות?
So, אילנות would be a plural of אילנה ?
Apr
18
reviewed Edit Accepting charity from a non-Jew
Apr
18
revised Accepting charity from a non-Jew
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Apr
15
comment Weekday Torah reading the same for two weeks when Yom Tov falls on Shabbat?
@DoubleAA, I assume that it will always be the next parshah, I'm just asking for confirmation. I wasn't able to find a calendar online that lists Monday/Thursday readings explicitly (and I have to prepare leining, so don't want to make a mistake and prepare the wrong parsha).
Apr
15
revised Weekday Torah reading the same for two weeks when Yom Tov falls on Shabbat?
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Apr
15
asked Weekday Torah reading the same for two weeks when Yom Tov falls on Shabbat?
Apr
14
comment Is Patron Silver tequila kosher for Passover?
he may be asking if he can serve it to non-jews at his tavern over hol ha-mo'ed.
Apr
14
comment Is Patron Silver tequila kosher for Passover?
Are you asking about a situation where you've purchased it before the holiday, or are you asking about purchasing it during the holiday?
Apr
13
revised Obligation of 'Seder Plate'
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