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This question mentions that a fruit or vegetable which is normally not eaten raw in one's area gets a bracha of Shehakol rather than ha'etz / ha'adama. There is a rule that when one eats a new season …
asked Jul 13 '17 by DanF
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During the past few years I have seen caterers decorate platters with zucchini flowers. Similarly. many platters have some type of dark green or purple lettuce or cabbage (I'm not sure what kind of ve …
asked May 22 '14 by DanF
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I'm not sure if this is a recent localized problem or not. A few people in my neighborhood (New York City area) have told me that local Rabbinical councils have forbidden buying broccoli, as there is …
asked Dec 28 '15 by DanF
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I know that many soil-based fruits and veggies are checked for bugs. I assume that it may be primarily due to bugs that crawl on the ground or on the tree that causes this problem. Is hydroponic prod …
asked May 11 '17 by DanF
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I've seen a few bags of salad greens marked "triple washed". I did a Google search and there seems to be some debate on whether it needs to be rewashed after you buy it. This article says If you …
asked Jun 29 '17 by DanF
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This is what Practical Halacha says regarding the bracha for sprouts. Say the fore-blessing of she'hakol if the sprouts were grown only in water. Say borei pri ha'adama if the grains were sprout …
asked Oct 24 '17 by DanF
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kosher certification or can they be considered kosher since they are only fruits and vegetables? Please include consideration of the utensils used for cutting the fruits and vegetables. …
asked Oct 21 '15 by DanF
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Halacha states that if a person eats a raw vegetable where it is not customarily eaten raw, one says "shehakol" rather than "ha'admah"? What criteria decide"custom"? Does this rule change? E.g. - a fe …
asked May 7 '14 by DanF
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Horses are non-kosher and its manure is also non-kosher. If you use the manure as fertilizer on, say, potatoes, isn't there some concern that the potatoes may absorb some part of the manure? If so, wo …
asked Aug 19 '14 by DanF
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If a vegetable is eaten raw only if it is in a salad, what bracha should I make on it if eating it plain? As one example, cabbage is usually eaten raw only when it is mixed with mayo, as in cole slaw, …
asked May 8 '14 by DanF
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I have noticed that some non-Jewish owned produce stores in U.S. have someone trimming the rotten or ugly leaves off the edge of lettuce, cabbage and other similar leafy vegetables. The knife used is … ? Would it be sufficient to manually remove an extra layer of leaves from these vegetables after buying them? …
asked Apr 30 '15 by DanF
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My understanding of the term "Glatt kosher" which I heard from 3 different mashgichim (kashrut supervisors) The term "glatt" means "smooth" and applies only to beef and lamb. (I would assume that it …
asked May 26 '16 by DanF
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When one goes to a produce store or market in Israel, how does one know which stores he can buy from - that laws of trumah, ma'aser, orla, etc. have been done? Do the stores display a certificate? Are …
asked Aug 16 by DanF