???? ???? ???? Extreme Chumros

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  • #760551

    BoomYear
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    What is Yontel referring to when he speaks about shuman?

    #760552

    commonsense
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    cherry, they used to have nothing on the table, and would hold a bag under the matzah to catch the crumbs. I don’t know what they did by korech, but I imagine that they put the sandwich together and ate it over a bag the same way.

    #760553

    Shticky Guy
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    There is a ???? for most ?????? and one should not just ‘mach avek’ a ???? just because it sounds over the top or strange without asking.

    For example, there is a ? ????not to even mention the word ??? at all over ???. It probably seems a far fetched bubba maaser, until you find out that it is brought down by no less than the ??? ?????.

    Unless you see somewhere that a particular custom is a ???? ????, then treat everything with the premise that ???? ????? ????, and your lack of knowledge of a source does not detract in any way from the???? ?.

    A wonderful and peaceful yomtov to everyone!

    #760554

    yenta.morph
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    For an article on Kitniyos go to http://www.kof-k.org/foodforthought.pdf

    #760557

    yenta.morph
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    For a very enlightening article by Horav M D Lebovitz of KOf K about Gbebrokts & other chumros go to

    http://www.thehalacha.com/attach/Volume7/Issue4.pdf

    #760558

    goody613
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    the satmar rebbe zt”l was not makpid aboutthe watter on the leaves by korech

    #760559

    oomis
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    my shvigger, a’h, used to make falsa fish.. shaped like gefilte fish, made from ground chicken, cooked in water. they didn’t eat fish on Pesach.

    Do you perchance have the recipe????

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    oomis, I thought your shvigger wasn’t frum (from your previous comments that your husband being a bt)?

    #760561

    always here
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    oomis~ I don’t have an exact recipe & no one’s around right now to ask, but the ingredients are: ground chicken breasts, some grated onion, some grated carrots, eggs, salt, pepper, (maybe a little potato starch to bind?). shape into ovals. put in boiling water that has salt, pepper, onion, carrots, a little sugar, (celery if you use it).. it’s cooked for about an hour or so. ..Pesach Sameach!! 🙂

    #760562

    hello99
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    shticky guy: could you please give a source for this supposed Pri Megadim. I am not familiar with such a statement anywhere in his sefer, nor is it quotes in the kitzur seforim.

    #760563

    cherrybim
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    Falsha fish…is that eaten with falsha teeth?

    #760564

    squeak
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    Although I buy flowers (most of the time) for every Shabbos and Yom Tov, for Pesach my minhag is not to do so. The reason is that if I were to put the flower in water for longer than 18 minutes it would create a problem of chametz.

    Chag Sameach.

    #1252401

    Redleg
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    My family did not eat milchigs on Pesach. Also, my Zeidies only drank white wine at the Seder because of the blood libels. I personally do not follow that custom as it was done out of fear of the Goyim at that time and place.

    #1252388

    zaltzvasser
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    In my family, we are <“extremely”> makpid not to allow even a morsel to pass our lips on pesach except for the seder night. Nowadays, in our terrible generation that has no respect for their parents (must be ikvesa dimeshicha), there is a chashash on <“all”> foods. We eat matzah baked by alte bubbes from the heilige alte heim, and that’s it. We drink only water for the rest of the chag.

    #1252474

    Lilmod Ulelamaid
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    Those matzas must be pretty stale by now…

    In my house, we only eat Matzas that were baked in Mitzrayim as the Yidden were leaving.

    #1252537

    zaltzvasser
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    Now, THAT is an extreme chumra.

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