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R Daniel Braude (Learn Shabbos, pp. 120ff) writes that it is only cooking if using a heat source and if it is the normal way of cooking. Since "meat slapping" doesn't have a heat source and is not the normal way to cook, it wouldn't be prohibited. This of course assumes no one turns on the machine on Shabbat. Specifically, he writes The Torah ...


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The Mishna Brura (318:4) brings the Magen Avraham in the name of the Rashba that even the pot in which one cooked on Shabbat becomes forbidden for the person who cooked because it has absorbed (the flavor of) a substance that is forbidden for him (in the case one cooked for a healthy individual, not if done for a sick person). Mishna Brura Ohr Olam (p. 10, ...


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