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Is the following case a problem of "borer" (separating) on Shabbos?

We know there are couldcan be "borer" even when dealing with 2two edible foods, one food that a person does want to eat and the other that the person doesn't want to eat. IfSuppose someone picked up withused a spoon to take food from a certain dish that has on it, and wound up with both chicken meat and cow meatbeef, andbut he doesn't want the chicken meat. If they tilthe tilts the spoon in order that the chicken meat falls off, leaving the cow meatbeef on the spoon --, is this a problem of borer?

(I picked the example of meat because that's what the actual case was, please don't read into it too much. You can change the meat for any other "2"two foods. Apples and pears, etc, etc, etc.)

Is the following case a problem of "borer" (separating) on Shabbos?

We know there are could "borer" even when dealing with 2 edible foods, one food that a person does want to eat and the other that the person doesn't want to eat. If someone picked up with a spoon from a certain dish that has on it chicken meat and cow meat, and he doesn't want the chicken meat. If they tilt the spoon in order that the chicken meat falls off, leaving the cow meat on the spoon -- is this a problem of borer?

(I picked the example of meat because that's what the actual case was, please don't read into it too much. You can change the meat for any other "2" foods. Apples and pears, etc, etc, etc.)

Is the following case a problem of "borer" (separating) on Shabbos?

We know there can be "borer" even when dealing with two edible foods, one food that a person does want to eat and the other that the person doesn't want to eat. Suppose someone used a spoon to take food from a dish, and wound up with both chicken meat and beef, but he doesn't want the chicken meat. If he tilts the spoon in order that the chicken meat falls off, leaving the beef on the spoon, is this a problem of borer?

(I picked the example of meat because that's what the actual case was, please don't read into it too much. You can change the meat for any other two foods. Apples and pears, etc, etc, etc.)

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Borer on Shabbos -- Spilling food from a spoon when there arewith 2 foods on it

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Borer on Shabbos -- Spilling food from a spoon when there are 2 foods

Is the following case a problem of "borer" (separating) on Shabbos?

We know there are could "borer" even when dealing with 2 edible foods, one food that a person does want to eat and the other that the person doesn't want to eat. If someone picked up with a spoon from a certain dish that has on it chicken meat and cow meat, and he doesn't want the chicken meat. If they tilt the spoon in order that the chicken meat falls off, leaving the cow meat on the spoon -- is this a problem of borer?

(I picked the example of meat because that's what the actual case was, please don't read into it too much. You can change the meat for any other "2" foods. Apples and pears, etc, etc, etc.)