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If someone cooked some food on shabbos, which transgresses shabbos law, it becomes non-kosher for the person who did the act (this also applies to any other act which transgresses shabbos law but cooking is the most common example). As well, a Jew may not benefit from the transgression until after the shabbos, and some say they have to wait, then, for as long as it would take to cook said food.

However, when it comes to a fridge, the opening/closing doesn't make the food, and only has a slight effect, and probably would not be a problem. There's also the fact that the actual act, i.e. opening/closing the fridge, is not a melachah (shabbos "labor") itself.

As with any halachic question, consult your local rabbi (or tell your friend to consult theirs).

See "Tur" and Shulchan Aruch Harav siman 318, as well as Shulchan Aruch there with the "nosai ceilim".

If someone cooked some food on shabbos, which transgresses shabbos law, it becomes non-kosher for the person who did the act. As well, a Jew may not benefit from the transgression until after the shabbos, and some say they have to wait, then, for as long as it would take to cook said food.

However, when it comes to a fridge, the opening/closing doesn't make the food, and only has a slight effect, and probably would not be a problem. There's also the fact that the actual act, i.e. opening/closing the fridge, is not a melachah (shabbos "labor") itself.

As with any halachic question, consult your local rabbi (or tell your friend to consult theirs).

See "Tur" and Shulchan Aruch Harav siman 318, as well as Shulchan Aruch there with the "nosai ceilim".

If someone cooked some food on shabbos, which transgresses shabbos law, it becomes non-kosher for the person who did the act (this also applies to any other act which transgresses shabbos law but cooking is the most common example). As well, a Jew may not benefit from the transgression until after the shabbos, and some say they have to wait, then, for as long as it would take to cook said food.

However, when it comes to a fridge, the opening/closing doesn't make the food, and only has a slight effect, and probably would not be a problem. There's also the fact that the actual act, i.e. opening/closing the fridge, is not a melachah (shabbos "labor") itself.

As with any halachic question, consult your local rabbi (or tell your friend to consult theirs).

See "Tur" and Shulchan Aruch Harav siman 318, as well as Shulchan Aruch there with the "nosai ceilim".

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if someone is "over" (עובר) an issur on shabbos, (does something which transgresses shabbos law) and cooked some food it becomes treif for the person who did the melachah. as well a jew may not benefit from the transgression, until after the shabbos, and some say they have to wait then, for as long as it would take, to cook said food.

however when it comes to a fridge, the opening/closing doesnt make the food, and only has a slight effect, and probably would not be a problem. theres also the fact that the actual act, i.e. opening/closing the fridg,e is not a melachah itself.

as with any halachic question, consult your local rabbi (or tell your friend to consult theirs).

see "tur" and shulchan aruch harav siman 318. as well as shulchan aruch there with the "nosai ceilim".

If someone cooked some food on shabbos, which transgresses shabbos law, it becomes non-kosher for the person who did the act. As well, a Jew may not benefit from the transgression until after the shabbos, and some say they have to wait, then, for as long as it would take to cook said food.

However, when it comes to a fridge, the opening/closing doesn't make the food, and only has a slight effect, and probably would not be a problem. There's also the fact that the actual act, i.e. opening/closing the fridge, is not a melachah (shabbos "labor") itself.

As with any halachic question, consult your local rabbi (or tell your friend to consult theirs).

See "Tur" and Shulchan Aruch Harav siman 318, as well as Shulchan Aruch there with the "nosai ceilim".

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if someone is "over" (עובר) an issur on shabbos, (does something which transgresses shabbos law) and cooked some food it becomes treif for the person who did the melachah. as well a jew may not benefit from the transgression, until after the shabbos, and some say they have to wait then, for as long as it would take, to cook said food.

however when it comes to a fridge, the opening/closing doesnt make the food, and only has a slight effect, and probably would not be a problem. theres also the fact that the actual act, i.e. opening/closing the fridg,e is not a melachah itself.

as with any halachic question, consult your local rabbi (or tell your friend to consult theirs).

see "tur" and shulchan aruch harav siman 318. as well as shulchan aruch there with the "nosai ceilim".

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