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Whether a dry issur (forbidden thing) that was already Batel berov (nulified) can be considered heter (completely permitted like the majority) to nullify more issur is a debate. Shach says yes Pri Chodosh ( Chavos daas and latter poskim all agree with Pri chodosh) says no. Pri Megadim Yore dea99,21 עש"ך...ביבש במין במינו כל שנפל לרוב היתר ונתבטל אין ...


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From the OU: Magen Avrohom (O.C. 442:19) writes that a tablecloth can be kashered for Pesach if it undergoes a thorough washing with hot water and soap and is beaten. Igros Moshe (Orach Chaim IV:106) writes that today’s home washing machines, when run through a hot cycle with detergent and agitation, satisfy all these requirements. Rav Belsky, zt”l held ...


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Rabbi Yaakov Kaminetzky writes about vegetarianism in his Emes LiYaakov on Pirkei Avos, chapter 5 regarding the ten generations from Adam to Noach etc. He mentions the idea of Ramban of why meat became permitted after the flood. Then he goes on to discuss the subject at hand. The following is my translation. We must remember that the opinion of Torah ...


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