Chometz on motzei pesach!!!!

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  • #596465

    sem20
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    I think everyone running for Chometz is overrated. Opinions??

    #761963

    WolfishMusings
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    This miserable little shnuk is too busy on motzei Pesach to run out for chometz.

    The Wolf

    #761964

    BasYisroel94
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    Yes, I agree. By me it’s well into Wednesday, and I havent had any Chometz yet…

    #761965

    HIE
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    yes. your’e right. and the 1st pizza pie in pizza time that went for $790 on ebay 2 years ago??? thats quite ridiculous

    #761966

    cofeefan
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    agreed 😉

    #761967

    wanderingchana
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    I don’t care what everyone else does. I’ve been and back. Never seen so many crabby Jews in my life. SMILE!! Thank the store for staying open late! You can open a bag of cookies in the car!!

    #761968

    chofetzchaim
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    Our pizza store didn’t have time to let the dough rise before raking in the dough!

    #761969

    commonsense
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    hey, went out for pizza at 3:30, the store was still going strong, also went into the bakery, saw a restaurant that was open, and plenty of people around.

    #761970

    Shticky Guy
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    I wasnt busy running for chometz at all last night… until someone brought hot pizza and fresh bread rolls into the house. When the smell began wafting around the house… Yum! It was too much to resist! Definitely NOT overrated. No way!

    #761971

    Feif Un
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    The Gra made havdalah on beer after Pesach to show that it was now permissible. Obviously there is something to eating chometz on Motzei Pesach.

    #761972

    Different folds have different strokes!

    As a child of holocaust survivors our minhag was not to eat chometz till the following day chatzos. I still hold this minhag and in truth i am not a big chometz eater. Some of my children stick to it and some don’t. Of our new family members, one family has a minhag of making their own pizza on Motzei Yom Tov. Last night one of my sons wanted to treat the hard working family members to pizza. Although we declined he did mention that the line at the pizza shops were out the door. Yes, in my opinion it’s a little absurd ! One should try to have a little more self control!

    #761973

    nishtdayngesheft
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    Wolf,

    For someone so busy, you seem to have posted an inordinate amount of posts motzei YT.

    #761974

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    For someone so busy, you seem to have posted an inordinate amount of posts motzei YT.

    I didn’t say what I was busy with. Perhaps I was too busy posting to the CR to get chometz.

    The Wolf

    #761975

    charliehall
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    “I think everyone running for Chometz is overrated. Opinions?? “

    I agree. What I really want is some rice!

    #761976

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    The Gra made havdalah on beer after Pesach to show that it was now permissible. Obviously there is something to eating chometz on Motzei Pesach.

    Feif Un, right un! (Although he surely wouldn’t have spent hours on line (or online!).

    I agree. What I really want is some rice!

    You could have had rice on Pesach had you gone to a Sefardi’s house! 🙂

    (FTR, I’m kidding with Charlie, following up on an a discussion in an earlier thread.)

    #761977

    We got the Pesach stuff put away within 2 1/2 hours. By then, our chometz belonged to us again, so we ripped into the box of Cheerios that had been sold over Pesach.

    This morning I had a nice fresh bagel. Now I’m happy.

    #761978

    i left the running to the stores for the rest of the family….

    i just ate all their leftovers when they got home!!!!

    (they over bought by A LOT!)

    #761979

    I didn’t eat chometz until more than 24 hours after Pesach was over. I had no time to go shopping until the morning, and when I did shop, I didn’t have time to sit down and eat until suppertime.

    #761980

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    i had a bagel and a pizza on Motzei pesach. How does that rate me?

    #761981

    cshapiro
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    they gave out pizza like rite after yuntif….idk how they bought it back and baked it so fast. no beer this year tho…hmmmm

    #761982

    Avram in MD
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    I’ll be bringing matza pizza to the office on a semi-frequent basis until the matza runs out (some time before Shavuos, likely earlier this year). I have enjoyed some kitniyos today, however.

    #761983

    jewish unity
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    I still have not had chometz and I’m proud of it! I dont’t know why though. And this is with me having worked in a pizza shop last night.

    #761984

    ItcheSrulik
    Member

    I didn’t eat chometz till one pm today. At night I was changing the kitchen back and in the morning I ate leftover pesach food. I guess I’m not enough of a zariz ;).

    #761985

    Health
    Participant

    No reason to run out and get chometz ASAP. Not the same thing as drinking beer for Havdalah. Our generation has to answer up every Taivah with an Excuse, IE -The Gra’s havdalah! Be honest -You do it because you Want It!

    #761986

    wanderingchana
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    Eventually people will be proving how frum they are by not eating chometz except for 3 times a week on Shabbos, on the back porch over napkins that are then set afire at havdalah.

    The upside is, no Pesach cleaning. But we’ll clean the entire house anyhow since that’s what we did in the alte heim. But in order to search for chometz, there has to be chometz. So once a year, we’ll bring in 10 vacuum-packed packets of chometz to hide (and make a list of where they’re hidden, of course). Just like we did in the alte heim.

    #761987

    For any of you who can’t bear to eat chometz again, even for Shabbos, we have an unstarted box of hand shmurah available.

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