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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​כי הות אמינא מילתא הוה אקשי ליך עשרין וארבע קושייתא ונפריקנא להון עשרין וארבעה פרוקי וממילא רווחא שמעתא


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comment How can someone on a gluten free diet fulfill the mitzvah of eating challah on Shabbat?
@DanF I think that should be a separate question
May
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comment Author of the song Yom Simcha L'Yisrael
It gives a couple lines with variant and overtly modern phrases and then says "Here is the original."
May
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comment What types of hair - and whose hair - are included in mourning-related hair-cutting prohibitions?
related judaism.stackexchange.com/q/37967/759
May
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comment Author of the song Yom Simcha L'Yisrael
It says he one time ad lib-ed a couple verses into the song, not that he wrote it.
May
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awarded  Enlightened
May
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comment Effect of Maariv being originally optional
@YEZ I think what you heard is just a (playful?) misunderstanding of that Gemara. I don't think it actually exists.
May
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comment Effect of Maariv being originally optional
@YEZ I don't think that's what the Gemara means. לא מטריחנן ליה once he took off his belt to eat, we don't bother him to get up and daven maariv before dinner!
May
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comment Effect of Maariv being originally optional
@YEZ Hey, it never says what time it was when Abeye said that!
May
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revised What was the curse of Jotham the son of Jerubbaal?
Jewish translation; link
May
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comment Any information about Rabbi Barnett Hasden's “Ner Tamid K” hechsher?
So if it's just the donuts and lets assume any ovens for the donuts are specialized, then there shouldn't be much of an issue.
May
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comment Any information about Rabbi Barnett Hasden's “Ner Tamid K” hechsher?
@Yishai It could be.
May
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comment Does an ivory spoon make hot tea non-kosher?
Don't cook an elephant in it's mother's tusks.
May
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comment Any information about Rabbi Barnett Hasden's “Ner Tamid K” hechsher?
@Yishai Or option 2b) bones of Nevelah aren't assur to begin with (ShA YD 99). Nothing to do with how processed it is.
May
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comment Any information about Rabbi Barnett Hasden's “Ner Tamid K” hechsher?
I'm guessing that he's assuming that if they regularly change gloves then no b'ein will ever end up on your donut. Do we know what items in the store the certification covered?
May
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comment Any information about Rabbi Barnett Hasden's “Ner Tamid K” hechsher?
+1 for your last paragraph.
May
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comment What's wrong with making coffee on Shabbat?
Yes. I read the question
May
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comment What's wrong with making coffee on Shabbat?
Looks like Bishul to me. No?
May
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comment Are Dunkin' Donuts kosher without hechsher?
What region was this? (if you can say)
May
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answered How can someone on a gluten free diet fulfill the mitzvah of eating challah on Shabbat?
May
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comment How can someone on a gluten free diet fulfill the mitzvah of eating challah on Shabbat?
got it judaism.stackexchange.com/q/28502/759