eating pickled meat on rosh hashana..

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    brooklyn gal

    i heard that there are people that have a minhag not to eat pickled meat on rosh hashana. is the minhag for aseres yemei teshuvah too? what is the reason for this minhag? is it a chassidish minhag?


    I thought there is a Minhag not to eat anything pickled because pickling produces a sour-ish flavor.


    If the meat has a sweet taste then its fine. We don’t eat pickles or foods with viniger that have a bitter or sour taste. This applies only on rosh hashana and not aseres yemai teshuvah.


    I know we don’t eat pickles, olives, hot peppers, horseradish or anything sour/sharp flavored until Shmini Atzeres. No pickled meat?? never heard that, but like sam2 said, maybe bec of the sour flavor

    brooklyn gal

    i think it adds a great flavor to the meat Lchovod tom tov-i mean whats y”t without corned beef?

    A Heimishe Mom

    The no pickling is a new one to me!

    kol daveed

    It’s brought in the kitzur shulchan aruch not to eat pickled foods.


    BaalHabooze; where did u see this minhag or anything sharp?

    I’m aware of not cooking with Vinegar or using, but anything sharp?

    Can’t use garlic or black pepper? where did u see this mentioned?

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