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The act, process, or experience of consuming food.

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The Piskei Tshuvos 225:17:footnote 124 brings many shittos who say not to make a shecheyanu.A few: Sidur Yaavetz ,Eishal Avraham,Leket Yosher and more. Some reasons brought are ,its not fit to eat un …
answered Jan 17 '14 by sam
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The Nitei Gavriel Hilchos Chanukka page 412 writes that there are those who have a custom to eat garlic to ward off the evil since they need portection since they dont have their usual portection from …
answered Jan 16 '17 by sam
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As a general idea the Mishna Brurah writes that the idea of fasts is to bring one to do tshuva not to just fast and go on like a regular day,it is like taking the tafel instead of the ikar. If a mothe …
answered Jul 14 '14 by sam
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permissible for the sick and people who are weak (Mateh Efraim 588:2) and kiddush is said in private with the eating. To drink tea or coffee and other drinks which are non-intoxicating, the minhag (custom … Henkin was very strict about people eating before shofar. This is not for psak: see inside for many shittos (views) on this subject. …
answered Sep 1 '13 by sam
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This is from Rabbi Yaakov Robinson ,and was reviewed by Rav Shmuel Fuerst (a talmid muvak of Rav Moshe Feinstein).
answered Nov 18 '18 by sam
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Rav Yosef Messas in Mayim Chaim 2:340 writes that chewing gum on a fast is permissible. The basis for his answer comes from the Rama 567:3 who writes that one may chew on cinnamon sticks, and other su …
answered Aug 8 '19 by sam
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Halachic Questions – A healthy person drinking (eating) before davening Sefer Avnei Yashfei 5:14 Questions What is the reason for the prohibition of not eating and drinking before davening (half … is mutar). The Avnei Yashfei holds that one can chew gum since all he is doing is swallowing the sweetness of the gum but isn’t eating it (like chewing on licorice- Mishna Brurah 90:45). However …
answered Jan 6 '16 by sam
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Your question already contains the answer,it depends why you are eating the cracker. Din Online has a whole article which discusses ikar and tafel,it is worthwhile to read the whole thing but I will …
answered Jun 9 '14 by sam
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The Minchas Shmuel pg.251 cites Shu"t Mevaser Tov 2:79 who writes that this practice of clinking galseses together seems to be a tradition of the non-Jews. As we find in Amos 6:6 "השותים במזקרי יין" a …
answered Aug 10 '16 by sam