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Nov
10
comment Jewish Marriage and Pleasure
PLEASE OH PLEASE GO READ judaism.stackexchange.com/a/33902/21
Nov
10
comment Jewish Marriage and Pleasure
PLEASE I BEG YOU SEE judaism.stackexchange.com/a/33902/21
Nov
7
answered Is a Jew allowed to be annoyed about a minhag?
Nov
6
accepted What's the Bishul Akum heter for hard-boiled eggs?
Nov
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comment Is a bracha said when eating non-food items (e.g. paper)?
@Scimonster a bicycle is the R' Chaim Naeh shiur; an airplane is the Chazon Ish shiur.
Nov
5
awarded  Revival
Nov
5
comment This is on the RamBam isurei biah Chapter 15 - Halacha 25…Asufi of possible Gentile lineage?
@rudy so you're getting into questions of safek-mamzer, not safek-akum. Perhaps consider rephrasing your question title?
Nov
5
answered This is on the RamBam isurei biah Chapter 15 - Halacha 25…Asufi of possible Gentile lineage?
Nov
5
answered Is there any point where לשבת יצרה no longer applies?
Nov
5
answered Is a machine written sefer torah distinguishable from Machine Matzos
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asked What's the Bishul Akum heter for hard-boiled eggs?
Oct
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awarded  Notable Question
Oct
31
comment Where can I find a transliteration of the ketubah text?
See also audio: judaism.stackexchange.com/q/40422/21
Oct
30
answered What is the source for untying things before going under the chuppah?
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awarded  Reversal
Oct
28
comment Is there a “5 second rule” for foods becoming non-Kosher?
@WAF yeah that's pretty much what puts the Chamudei Daniel on the map for most of us. Actually I think he has one or two notable stances in Taharas HaMishpacha as well. (Sort of like "the Or Zarua's opinion" -- to some of the world, that's the heter on chadash grown by non-Jews; and to others, it's the extra veset.)
Oct
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answered Is there a “5 second rule” for foods becoming non-Kosher?
Oct
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awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
27
answered Choosing between forbidden acts?
Oct
26
comment The hebrew meaning of the name Laila
@DoubleAA woops! Sorry. I think that was my brain's way of saying "layla tov."