May 28, 2020 9:28 am at 9:28 am #1865686
It also reminds us of מי שטרח בערב שבת יאכל בשבת if we prepare erev shabbos, this world, by mixing and helping others, we will have what to eat on shabbos, the next world.May 31, 2020 12:42 am at 12:42 am #1865935147Participant
B’H I have never forgotten to make an Eiruv-Tavshillin, hence don’t need remindersMay 31, 2020 1:29 am at 1:29 am #1865952JosephParticipant
If you had forgotten, your Rov made one for you.May 31, 2020 2:07 pm at 2:07 pm #1866061lowerourtuition11210Participant
Joseph: And I always thought my Rov included me in his; not that he made one for me.May 31, 2020 2:49 pm at 2:49 pm #1866073JosephParticipant
lot112: You cannot rely on him purposefully. And using his due to extenuating circumstances can’t be done more repeatedly.May 31, 2020 4:31 pm at 4:31 pm #1866129lowerourtuition11210Participant
B”H i have never had to rely on the rov, but i thought the concept that we are included in his, not that he is making it for me.May 31, 2020 5:45 pm at 5:45 pm #1866138MilhouseParticipant
Also everyone includes everyone else, so even if the rov forgot he and we would all be covered. Nevertheless one may not rely on this unless one genuinely intended to do it and forgot, or if one was an am ho’oretz and didn’t know the halacha (but one who is capable of learning is at fault for not knowing it).May 31, 2020 5:45 pm at 5:45 pm #1866139MilhouseParticipant
Question: Is there a problem using for the eruv a tavshil which is inedible when cold, and will therefore need to be reheated before Shabbos, using the eruv?May 31, 2020 9:28 pm at 9:28 pm #1866222
I think it has to be edible when he makes it. The Aruch Hashulchan (527,13) says that even if it was edible when he made it on Wednesday but got destroyed on Friday would not be good. I think if he can revive it when he cooks, it would be OK provided it was edible when he made it.May 31, 2020 9:46 pm at 9:46 pm #1866232
Would there be bishul akum on this when the goy heats this up as it is not edible now?April 3, 2023 7:48 pm at 7:48 pm #2179720
bumpApril 5, 2023 3:41 pm at 3:41 pm #2180253
Don’t forget to make Eiruv Tavshilin.May 23, 2023 8:59 am at 8:59 am #2192520
Don’t forget to make Eiruv Tavshilin.May 25, 2023 10:03 am at 10:03 am #2193067
To RE, you probably had a chance to see SiduroShelShabbos (by the author of BeerMayimChayim) re Hachonoh…May 25, 2023 12:11 pm at 12:11 pm #2193102
See heyeshivaworld.com/news/headlines-breaking-stories/299250/halachic-analysis-eiruv-tavshilin.htmlMay 25, 2023 12:20 pm at 12:20 pm #2193122
@R.E., why would it be different than buying something that needs B.Y.?
BTW, here is a different scenario.
Here is an excerpt by Reb Moishe Heinemann:
Can bishul Yisroel be achieved by setting a timer that will ignite the oven at set intervals?
No. Since the Yehudi does not perform direct lighting of the oven it would not qualify for bishul Yisroel. In commercial settings (e.g. hotels, hospitals or factories) where large boilers provide the steam for the cooking equipment, bishul Yisroel requirements would be fulfilled if the Yehudi flips a switch or presses a button that directly ignites a boiler.
If the action that is done by the Yehudi causes an indirect lighting of the oven, that action would not qualify for bishul Yisroel. Hence, dialing a number that in turn trips a switch that in turn lights an oven would be considered a “grama”, an indirect action that would not qualify for bishul Yisroel.
May 27, 2023 9:32 pm at 9:32 pm #2193162
Bishul Akum applies on something raw but this is cooked and it only needs to be reheated.May 27, 2023 9:33 pm at 9:33 pm #2193125
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