October 12, 2011 4:30 pm at 4:30 pm #599943amusedParticipant
Under what circumstances is it permissible to eat outside the Sukkah?
A nosh? (What constitutes a nosh?) A drink? A meal?
If you are inconveniently utilizing a neighbors succah, does it affect when you can eat outside of it?October 12, 2011 4:36 pm at 4:36 pm #817378
You can have less than a K’beitza of bread/Mezonos and as much of anything Shehakol or Aadamah as you want outside the Sukkah. It’s best to eat absolutely everything in the Sukkah though (even water) if possible. Using a neighbors Sukkah in theory shouldn’t make a difference but probably does in regards to the Chumra of having everything in the Sukkah.
You can eat anything inside if it’s raining/too uncomfortable to be in the Sukkah for a variety of reasons.October 12, 2011 4:40 pm at 4:40 pm #817379yungerman1Participant
The prevalent minhag is to eat all but mezonos/hamotzi(hagufen?) outside of the sukkah, unless you are being koveya seuda. But ask you LOR.
Dont know of any dispensation regarding using a neighbors sukka.October 12, 2011 4:56 pm at 4:56 pm #817380amusedParticipant
Sam: Without ones own Sukkah, the chumra of always eating and drinking everything in the Sukkah is inapplicable?
And how and when does the chumra of not eating or drinking even a drop of food outside the Sukkah work and apply to?October 12, 2011 6:18 pm at 6:18 pm #817381
What do you mean how and when? If you can do it, great. If you can’t you shouldn’t starve yourself over it.October 16, 2011 4:27 am at 4:27 am #817382
It’s a mitzvah to eat and drink everything, even a cup of water, in the Sukkah.October 16, 2011 4:40 am at 4:40 am #817383
Dr. Seuss: See the other thread. Once again, you are misusing the word “Mitzvah”, this time in a much more important fashion.October 16, 2011 4:45 am at 4:45 am #817384
See the answer given you in the other thread regarding your unwarranted limiting usage of the word mitzvah.October 16, 2011 5:02 am at 5:02 am #817385
Your statement here implies that you are fulfilling the specific Mitzvah of living in a Sukkah even by drinking water in a Sukkah, which would imply that you can (should) make a Bracha on it, which is 100% false. It is a good thing to drink even water in the Sukkah and there may even be a Kiyum of a Mitzvah (maybe), but just calling it a Mitzvah and leaving it at that can have serious repercussions. Also, calling it a “Mitzvah” implies that you are Over on the Asei of Yeshivah B’Sukkah if you don’t drink water in a Sukkah, which is patently false.October 16, 2011 5:09 am at 5:09 am #817386
Your assumptions of all those implications is not correct.
Also, you make a brocha of leishev b’succah on it.October 16, 2011 5:24 am at 5:24 am #817387
Chas V’shalom. Making a Leishev on a cup of water is a Bracha Levatala.October 16, 2011 5:51 am at 5:51 am #817388mamashtakahMember
Also, you make a brocha of leishev b’succah on it.
On a drink of water? Show us a source. I have never heard anyone hold this way, nor have I ever learned this. So, again, please tell us the source for this.October 16, 2011 6:22 am at 6:22 am #817389shlishiMember
It’s a mitzvah to wash hamotzi every day, including Chol HaMoed, in the Sukkah.October 16, 2011 6:34 am at 6:34 am #8173902scentsParticipant
I respectfully disagree, I don’t think that the commenter or anyone here associates mitzvah with the bracha.
Although I get your point, the commenter meant that there is schar if you eat anything in the sukka. Not that this is the chiyuv.
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