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Translating the "Targum" in Dirshu Mishna Berura

In Modern Hebrew, speakers of which are the primary audience for Dirshu's translations, גריסים usually connotates barley corns. If you ask for גריסים in an Israeli supermarket, that's what you're ...
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Translating the "Targum" in Dirshu Mishna Berura

The word גרױפּן is Yiddish for grains, and רעטשקע is Yiddish for buckwheat (both confirmed by the Comprehensive Yoddish-English Dictionary). Buckwheat is notably not actually a grain, despite the name....
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Is there a mitzvah of bedikat chametz in cars

R’ Benzion Abba Shaul in Ohr Ltziyon 3:7;9 says that you need to check a car and that if that’s the only thing you have, you’d have to make a bracha as well. R’ Shlomo Zalman Halicos Shlomo Nissan ...
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Baking matzah erev Pesach after chatzos

When I asked this question to several Rabbanim, both Asheknazi and Sepharadi, I couldn't find anyone who follows this practice in a public way. Even amongst many Sepharadim bakeries they make matzot ...
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