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Is Pat Akum applicable nowadays

The Mishnah in Avodah Zarah 2:6 discusses the prohibition of bread baked by a gentile, also known as Pat Akum. My question is whether nowadays, when the Halacha LeMaaseh appears to permit that, ...
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Are partially cooked foods subject to bishul/Pat akum

According to Halacha, are foods which are otherwise subject to bishul/pat akum laws (particularly if one is normally stringent with them) that are partially but not fully cooked by a gentile ...
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"Not Pas Yisroel" certification Gardein, a frozen grocery item

Gardein is a brand of frozen food certified Kosher by Kosher Check. Under their logo on the packaging for Seven Grain Crispy Tenders they've put the words "Not Pas Yisroel." The instructions ...
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Do fortune cookies need to be Pat Yisrael?

Certain products are made from one of the five major grains but aren't Tzuras Hapat, i.e. they don't look baked. As a result, they can be eaten even if one has taken upon themselves to eat only Pat ...
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Is the brand Chef's Quality pas yisroel?

Are the products under the brand, Chef’s Quality, pas yisroel? All of them, some of them, or none of them? If not all of them are then specifically are their bread crumbs and tortillas pas yisroel?
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How is one allowed to eat both cholov stam and pas palter?

Here is what I mean by this. It seems that most people who eat cholov stam do so according to R'Moshe Feinstien's leniency for cholov stam in the U.S. It would seem, however, that the Feinsteins were ...
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Define pas for pas yisroel

There is the whole discussion of pas with regard to whether it needs to be baked by a Jew... Yoreh deah siman 112. How do we define bread? I know it must contain one of the 5 grains(sif aleph). Does ...
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Jewish owned dough bake by a non jewish baker

It states in shulchan aruch yoreh deah 112 11 "bread of a jew that a non jew baked without a jew's stirring or adding fuel, is forbidden to sell to a non jew lest a Jew buy it from the non jewish ...
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Is there value in opting for Pas Yisroel Raisin Bran?

Is it better to eat raisin bran cereal that is Pas Yisroel, than to eat another brand of the same cereal that is not?
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Toasting is baking?

What is the processed used by cereal makers to make cereal (most cereal makers)? I've heard it is toasting, and in that case the rabbi i spoke to said it would not be a problem of bishul goyim or pat ...
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bli neder on pas yisroel

During aseres yemei tshuva the Shulchan Aruch writes that one should not eat pas akum(palter). Does one have to say bli neder to take this chumrah on,or since it is a halacha no bli neder is ...
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chalav stam during aseres yemei tshuvah

The Shulchan Aruch says the during aseres yemei tshuva one who eats pas akum(palter) during the year should refrain during these days. Does this extend to those who are lenient with chalav Stam?
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Eating certain cereals during Aseres Yemei Teshuva

Orach Chaim 603 says that a person should avoid eating Pas (bread/baked goods) made by Kuthim (or non-Jews, Mishnah Berurah, ad loc.) during the Aseres Yemei Teshuva. Does this include cereals made ...
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