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  • in reply to: Is Harry Potter kosher #1732883

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    You’re comparing the frummest Litvaks to chassidim.

    I’m comparing not so frum Litvaks to not so frum Lubavichers.


    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    CA, make a new account.

    UB, you can tell if someone is blocked because it says “blocked” next their screen name instead of “participant”

    in reply to: Is Harry Potter kosher #1732635

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    YA, this has nothing to do with chassidim vs. non chassidim. The very frum yeshivish don’t read read it the same way the very chassidish Lubavichers don’t read it. And vice versa.

    in reply to: Shabbos Food #1730546

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    If someone is mekabel shabbos early, can he tell someone who has not, to do something for him?

    Assuming the whole tzibbur wasn’t mekabel early, it seems that most poskim are meikil. See שו”ע רס”ג י”ז and מג”א, ט”ז, ומ”ב.

    in reply to: Shabbos Food #1730529

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    In reality, there are so many great Shabbos afternoon meals that can be served cold, there is no reason to bother with a blech

    Yes there is. There is a long standing, universal minhag to have hot food on Shabbos day.

    in reply to: Shabbos Food #1730528

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    If I am machmir and the person I am invited to as a guest is not, can I eat there?

    Yes. See משנה ברורה שי”ח ב that where it’s a מחלוקת, there’s no problem of מעשה שבת which is an איסור דרבנן.

    in reply to: Shabbos Food #1730493

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    In context, laskern was referring to the congealed fat found on chicken and meat, and it is indeed permitted warm that up, according to some, in some circumstances.

    As usual, RGP displays either am ha’aratzus or intentional distortion of the halacha, while insulting those who correctly disagree with him.

    I honestly don’t think the mods should allow his posts.

    in reply to: Mislabeled Kosher Products #1730486

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    If that’s in the USDA regulations, the biggest companies are violating those regulations, because International Delight and Coffee-Mate don’t say “non-dairy” on them.

    in reply to: Milchig Meal on Shavuos #1729345

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Ok folks – NEWS FLASH!

    I’m not sure why you have such a low opinion of Chabad that you think it’s newsworthy that some Chabad houses actually keep some halachos. Where’s your Ahavas Yisroel??!!

    in reply to: Milchig Meal on Shavuos #1729179

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    I haven’t seen even once the ta’ana that they don’t eat seudah shlishis! Why is that?!

    Start a new thread

    in reply to: Milchig Meal on Shavuos #1729037

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Now you’re being silly. במקום can mean “in the same place as”, as in kiddush b’makom seudah, or “in place of”, as the Mogen Avraham is using it here. To read into the Mogen Avraham that you can be yotzei with divrei Torah is just another of your infamous distortions.

    in reply to: Milchig Meal on Shavuos #1729028

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Note that the Kaf Hachayim does not claim to be explaining the Mogen Avraham, just the Rashbi.

    He also doesn’t say he did it every week; in fact, he brings the Zohar as the M.A. does, that he only did it on erev Pesach.

    In theory, the reason the K.H. ascribes to the Rashbi not eating shalishudis on erev Pesach should apply the whole year, yet he doesn’t claim that he did it the whole year. Presumably, even the Rashbi only relied on the “shvilei d’shmaya” sevara when he couldn’t eat pas.

    in reply to: Milchig Meal on Shavuos #1729025

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    I totally follow. There are zero sources which allow us to not eat shalishudis.

    The Mogen Avraham is not saying we can skip shalishudis. Not even on erev Pesach, since we hold we can be yotzei b’dieved with peiros. He is bringing the Rashbi as an opinion that peiros aren’t sufficient, but isn’t paskening that way for erev Pesach.

    in reply to: Milchig Meal on Shavuos #1729018

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    So what you quoted as Shulchan Aruch is not in the Shulchan Aruch, not in the Nosei Keilim, and not in any of the mainstream poskim.

    Maybe you found some online article which says it, but you haven’t found any real source, let alone in Shulchan Aruch as you claimed.

    in reply to: Milchig Meal on Shavuos #1729015

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    clearly the Kaf Hachayim applies this Zohar to EVERY seuda shlishis, not just shabbos of erev pessach

    Clearly, the Kaf Hachayim says we must actually eat to be mekayem seudah shlishis.

    Rashbi also didn’t daven three times a day, but we obviously must.

    in reply to: Milchig Meal on Shavuos #1729013

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    The מגן אברהם clearly says it was במקום סעודה שלישית, not that he was מקיים it.

    in reply to: Milchig Meal on Shavuos #1729002

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Indeed, the 3 seudos are based on the 3 times it says “Hayom” by the mon, yet the 3rd time it says “Hayom Lo”, hence the dispensation for having a seudah without the full requirements of a seuda

    Apparently, that’s not the opinion of the Rashbi, who skipped seuda shlishlis on erev Pesach and didn’t substitute peiros.

    in reply to: Milchig Meal on Shavuos #1728998

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Thus it appears that according to the Zohar, the obligation to eat the Third Meal can be fulfilled via Torah study.

    No it doesn’t. It appears that if you can’t eat seudah shlishis, such as on erev Pesach, you should learn.

    in reply to: Milchig Meal on Shavuos #1728962

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    if so it may fall under the concept of “ein ldavar sof”

    Just because you don’t know where to draw the line doesn’t mean there isn’t one. Hamburgers, hot dogs, and pizza are not Shabbosdik. They’re considered casual fare in general.

    in reply to: Milchig Meal on Shavuos #1728952

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    or divrei torah (as per shulchan oruch)

    Where in S.A. does it say divrei Torah is valid for the third seuda?

    in reply to: Mislabeled Kosher Products #1728748

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    They are legally required to label these products “non-dairy”

    Did you read that somewhere, or is that just an assumption? I’m pretty sure there are coffee creamers which do not say “non-dairy” on them.

    If indeed this was a michshol (I don’t think it is, for a couple of reasons), although the OU couldn’t force a company to change their labels, they could refuse to certify.

    I don’t see why they should, though.

    in reply to: Define tzioni. #1728427

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    What’s the difference between הגהות and ציונים?

    in reply to: Difference between Chabad and everyone else? #1722492

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    they claimed that hagen left the world in charge of the sun and the moon, very different than a tzaddik that Hashem put into the world in indeed to help us connect to Hashem.

    So you’re okay with ch”v davening to the sun and moon as a way to connect with Hashem?

    in reply to: Difference between Chabad and everyone else? #1722065

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    RGP, instead of defending Chabad by attacking Litvaks, why don’t you actually defend their actions and hashkafos?

    And if you’re going to go with the parallel attack method, they should at least be on target. When the best you can do is make inapt comparisons, it weakens your position.

    in reply to: Difference between Chabad and everyone else? #1722064

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Chossid, when the best you can do is call someone a hater because of hashkafic challenges, it doesn’t defend your position well.

    in reply to: Difference between Chabad and everyone else? #1722057

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Meaning that the problem of a memutzah is like quoted above that it’s asking something else not Hashem

    That’s not what you said earlier. “Asking” someone else and “davening to” someone else are synonymous. It’s called avoda zara.

    since the tzaddik is so connected and nullified to Hashem connecting to the tzaddik connects u to Hashem directly

    The early ovdei avoda zara rationalized that way about the son and the moon.

    in reply to: vacation for men #1722051

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Joseph, sorry you don’t think asking sensitive personal questions isn’t mussar-worthy.

    in reply to: vacation for men #1721996

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Joseph, I’m sorry you haven’t accepted the mussar you were given.

    in reply to: Hachnosas Kalah or Mishuluchim during the day. #1721989

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    The live callers are the greatest challenge.

    I hang up on them too.

    in reply to: Difference between Chabad and everyone else? #1721977

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    I looked up that Sicha and what the rebbe asks is how can we ask the rebbe to ask for us…which is normally assur mitzad memmutzah

    Since when is it assur to daven for someone? We all do that all the time.


    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    the question is why is the name achron shel pessach only used for pessach?

    Which other day should be called “Acharon shel Pesach”?

    in reply to: Spiritual Level of Rare vs. Well Done Steak #1721520

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    You know how Torah teaches that bread is spiritually higher than its ingredients because of the transformation from wheat (and other ingredients) into lechem during baking?

    No, I don’t. Maybe you mean that It serves its function better, and anything which physical which can help one serve Hashem has ruchniyus value, but I don’t see how that applies to how one prefers their steak.

    in reply to: Goyish Music During Sefirah #1720179

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    You’re asking altz אין איסור חל על איסור?

    in reply to: Reminder – Say Eruv Tavshilin #1719395

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    in reply to: In Chad Gadya – HKBH was “wrong” #1718567

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    The שונרא and כלבא were both wrong

    in reply to: Adama Veshamayim – Avoda Zara #1717386

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    I was suggesting my humble opinion on the matter that this does in fact get the status of a Minhag

    That’s beyond silly.

    in reply to: How much did you pay for your hand shmura matza? #1715576

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    KRM in boro park was charging $40/lb for Chareidim

    So if I walk in with a kippah srugah, I’ll pay less?

    in reply to: Adama Veshamayim – Avoda Zara #1715544

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Balanceisthekey: when you post a total distortion of Yiddishkeit, expect to be mocked. It’s a mitzvah. Leitzanusa d’avoda zara.

    in reply to: Shopping for a Psak #1715398

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Your implication that the poskim who hold to keep two days are illogical is obnoxious.

    A little more humility is in order.

    in reply to: Simcha: Boy or girl’s name? #1714616

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    RGP, you mean the Or Sameach.

    in reply to: Simcha: Boy or girl’s name? #1714588

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Simcha is definitely a GIRL’S name.

    It is also definitely a boy’s name.

    in reply to: Simcha: Boy or girl’s name? #1714580

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    I’ve heard Simcha and Yona for both, but I never heard of Micha or Noam for a female.

    in reply to: What is behind Rebbitzen’s Threads and Postings #1713968

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    You were writing troll posts in the same style in 2012.

    in reply to: Waiter’s finger was in my my soup! #1713533

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    This exact thing happened to me last week, so I said, “Excuse me Sir, your finger is in my soup,” so he responded, “Oh it’s okay. It’s not that hot.”

    It really wasn’t. I deserved a better tip than that.

    in reply to: Waiter’s finger was in my my soup! #1713506

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Interesting question.

    A few things to consider:

    Human beings aren’t actually a b’heima t’meia. If the issur is kavod hameis, live taam wouldn’t be a problem. Also, the taam is lifgam. If you’re right about the taam from a live being not giving taam, the lobster water would still be assur because the lobster dies at some point.

    in reply to: Proudly Had Eggs and Cheese This Morning. #1713226

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    From R’ Moshe Dovid Lebovits Kashrus administrator of the OK and a talmid of Rabbi Belsky.

    Boiling three Eggs
    People would have a separate egg pot or cook three eggs at a time so if one of them would have a blood spot, it would be butel b’rov and all the eggs would be permitted This is not necessary today, since the chance of finding a blood spot is very minimal since the eggs are not fertilized. Based on this, there is no reason to have a separate egg pot.

    As I think I mentioned, others disagree.

    in reply to: Hashgacha Pratis!!! #1713221

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    I am biding my time, but I will get him back for that one. It’s been 40 years, and he will never see me coming…

    Any updates?

    in reply to: Proudly Had Eggs and Cheese This Morning. #1712976

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    RGP:

    1) I believe R Moshe is meikil but others are machmir (I just saw that R Moshe Sternbuch is machmir.

    2) That’s a good point, I was thinking about the egg itself, the pot would need 60.

    3) It’s all a minhag anyhow, I suppose the minhag was not to that it any worse than a safek, and safek d’rabbonon l’kula.

    in reply to: Proudly Had Eggs and Cheese This Morning. #1712979

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Who says it’s b’dieved?

    It’s fine l’chatchilah do eat them, I just mean it’s better to check when possible.

    in reply to: Proudly Had Eggs and Cheese This Morning. #1712765

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Honest question. I know treif needs 60 (even though min hatorah 2:1 suffices), so if there is a real concern of a treif egg – especially if one is later discovered, ALL the eggs plus the pot would be treif unless there was a ratio of 60:1 kosher.

    Mei’kar hadin, we’re not choshesh for an egg coming from a treifa or having a blood spot. We go according to rov, and in fact we eat food made with unchecked b’dieved.

    However, Yisroel kedoshim heim, and a minhag developed to boil three eggs so that in case one is no good, at least m’d’Oraisa it will be batel. (Davar sheb’minyan is also a d’rabbonon.)

    The minhag was never to do 61 or to asser b’dieved. I don’t know is 61 would even help, because this is not a taam issue.

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