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Dec
3
comment Does flavored yogurt get its own blessing during a meal?
@Ani Yodeya IMHO yogurt that is stirred flows more easily - like melted ice cream.
Dec
3
comment Does flavored yogurt get its own blessing during a meal?
Is this a dupe of judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/2683/brochos-on-desserts or is the specific question about yogurt enough to justify it?
Dec
3
answered chosson, kallah and yichud room
Dec
1
answered Is it forbidden to publish misleading advertising?
Nov
30
comment Must we wear white clothes?
Thank you for your good question. It would IMHO have been better if you had reduced the power with which your expressed your own views. So I will vote it down.
Nov
29
comment Origin of the common M'chalkel niggun
I have never heard it!
Nov
23
comment Why for repetition of Shomne Esray you need only 6 that prayed but 9 that will answer?
Yes indeed that's it.
Nov
23
revised Why for repetition of Shomne Esray you need only 6 that prayed but 9 that will answer?
added linked question
Nov
23
answered Why for repetition of Shomne Esray you need only 6 that prayed but 9 that will answer?
Nov
23
comment Why is chillul Shabbat considered so wicked?
@DoubleAA I agree.
Nov
22
comment Why is chillul Shabbat considered so wicked?
DailyHalacha.com says that the Gemara in Eruvin (69) records one view that likens Shabbat desecration to Avoda Zara (idolatry). Meaning, violating Shabbat is tantamount to the complete abandonment of the religion. But chilul shabbos is not one of the cases for which one must give up his life (יהרג ואל יעבור, or "be killed but do not transgress"). It seems therefore that יהרג ואל יעבור does not define severity of the sin.
Nov
22
answered If someone knowingly designates a Korban Mincha with barley, does he offer with wheat?
Nov
19
comment How does the chazzan say “omein” in the kaddish before the Amida in Mincha and Maariv
@DoubleAA Responses to both comments. I have heard it done with mincha and maariv and not with musaf and neilah. I do not suspect it should be said quietly.
Nov
19
asked How does the chazzan say “omein” in the kaddish before the Amida in Mincha and Maariv
Nov
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
18
reviewed Close Resolving a dispute where the customer denies that the product is theirs
Nov
15
answered do I have to eat the leftovers?
Nov
15
answered Using someone else's employee discount
Nov
15
answered Loshon hora and Torah lectures
Nov
2
asked Should I wake my neighbour who falls asleep in the shiur?