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There are problems with food from a vegan restaurant. See this Chabad site A vegan restaurant would not have a hard time getting kosher certification. However, as long as there is no such cert …
answered Mar 18 '14 by Avrohom Yitzchok
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The laws of brochos are very difficult. CYLOR. But I found at OU guide to blessings and “The Halachos of Brochos” by Rabbi Y P Bodner that “the blessing on candied fruit peels that are not usually e …
answered Jan 27 '14 by Avrohom Yitzchok
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It might be possible to infer this from the wording of the Mishna Berura 205 (1) [4] where he says: שלאטי"ן מעורב עם שמן וחומץ בפה"א אף בחיין. Lettuce mixed with oil and vinegar takes the bl …
answered Aug 16 '16 by Avrohom Yitzchok
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Where the product is made directly from the whole vegetable as with Kellogg's corn flakes the brocho is Hoadomoh. Where the vegetable has been mashed and reconsituted the brocho is shehakol. (see p 31 …
answered Jan 14 '15 by Avrohom Yitzchok
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This article from Star K categorises vegetables into groups - 1) Permitted without washing or checking 2) Permitted only after peeling and/or washing 3) Permitted only after checking … 4) Not recommended due to the difficulties inherent in checking properly. This article shows that for lettuce and other leafy vegetables, checking is necessary (they recommend the "thrip cloth …
answered Jun 29 '17 by Avrohom Yitzchok