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I actually had lunch with a mashgiach over Shabbos. I can't cite all of his sources, but we actually discussed this and he told me the following: Because of environmental and health concerns, the pe …
answered Jun 1 '14 by Y     e     z
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. Siman 205 towards the end) had a brotherly dispute if squeezing vegetables was the same as squeezing fruit or cooking vegetables, with the Tur assuming they are like squeezed fruit, and R' Yechiel held … they are at least as good as cooked vegetables. The Rashba (Chiddushim to Berachos 38a) holds there is no qualitative difference between fruits and vegetables, nor between cooking and squeezing, and …
answered Aug 14 '14 by Y     e     z
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If your potato skins being plain means that they are not cooked, then they are shehakol - Berachos 38b - anything which is normally eaten cooked, if eaten raw is shehakol. Potatoes are normally eaten …
answered Jan 27 '14 by Y     e     z
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The Bach in O.C. Siman 167 has a nice explanation of this. He starts by pointing out that the word "hamotzi" is the preferred word for the blessing, even though the word "motzi" would suffice, becaus …
answered Jul 29 '14 by Y     e     z