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The Shulchan Aruch says one can, in theory, assume they were cut with a designated vegetable-only tool. (If they were cut with a dirty, non-kosher knife, then the first ten or twenty cuts would stil …
answered Oct 22 '15 by Shalom
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What I'd heard about the baby-cut carrots was a wheat-based enzyme used to keep them nice and bright orange (not a coloring per se), which posed a problem for Passover, but not the rest of the year. …
answered Jun 24 '11 by Shalom
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As a contrast to the manna, which was described as "lechem min hashamayim." "Shamayim" goes with "aretz." Not to mention that's how the verse in Psalms (Borchi Nafshi, like we say after davening on Ro …
answered Apr 6 '14 by Shalom
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See the desserts question. Common Ashkenazic practice is that fresh fruit warrants its own bracha. But not vegetables. …
answered Sep 3 '10 by Shalom