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Mishne Berurah (Biur Halacha 216:2 s.v. haMusk) writes that one should not deliberately smell nonkosher food out of concern that they may be tempted to eat it.

He reiterates his position in regards to smelling Chametz on Pesach which is also assur bahana'ah and all year long people eat it that one may not smell it on Pesach.

However, closing one's nose is not necessary for unintentional smelling, as the issur is only with intentional smelling.

(Although min HaTorah there is no meilah for sound, sight, and smell, they are all assur miderbanan . See Pesachim 26a and Rambam (Meilah, 5:16). Additionally, Orach Chaim 217:5 explicitly writes that it is forbidden to smell the spices of Avodah Zara)

Mishne Berurah (Biur Halacha 216:2 s.v. haMusk) writes that one should not deliberately smell nonkosher food out of concern that they may be tempted to eat it.

He reiterates his position in regards to smelling Chametz on Pesach which is also assur bahana'ah and all year long people eat it that one may not smell it on Pesach.

However, closing one's nose is not necessary for unintentional smelling, as the issur is only with intentional smelling.

Mishne Berurah (Biur Halacha 216:2 s.v. haMusk) writes that one should not deliberately smell nonkosher food out of concern that they may be tempted to eat it.

He reiterates his position in regards to smelling Chametz on Pesach which is also assur bahana'ah and all year long people eat it that one may not smell it on Pesach.

However, closing one's nose is not necessary for unintentional smelling, as the issur is only with intentional smelling.

(Although min HaTorah there is no meilah for sound, sight, and smell, they are all assur miderbanan . See Pesachim 26a and Rambam (Meilah, 5:16). Additionally, Orach Chaim 217:5 explicitly writes that it is forbidden to smell the spices of Avodah Zara)

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Mishne Berurah (Biur Halacha 216:2 s.v. haMusk) writes that one should not deliberately smell nonkosher food out of concern that they may be tempted to eat it.

He reiterates his position in regards to smelling Chametz on Pesach which is also assur bahana'ah and all year long people eat it that one may not smell it on Pesach.

However, closing one's nose is not necessary for unintentional smelling, as the issur is only with intentional smelling.