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Yashan (yah-shan) — lit., Old; grain from the previous year that becomes permissible once the omer offering has been given (i.e., first day of chol ha'moed Passover)
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Introduction to Yashan
Grains Subject to Yashan
Wheat, barley, oats, rye, and spelt are subject to yashan .
Introduction to Yashan
Introduction to Yashan
Only yashan  grain should be used. Yashan means one of the...
Introduction to Yashan
Where Yashan Applies
Yashan applies to grain grown anywhere in the world. Note...
Yashan: Halachot
When Grain Becomes Yashan
You may use grain as “ yashan ” after the first day of...
Kashrut: Yashan
Kashrut: Yashan
See Yashan .
Yashan: Halachot
Yashan and Matza
Matza is normally made from winter wheat and so does not normally have...
Introduction to Agriculture
Introduction to Agriculture
All of the Jewish festival holidays had an agricultural element to them....
Introduction to Omer
Introduction to Omer
Omer is counted for 49 days, from the second day of Passover to the...
Introduction to Food Nullification: Foods
Introduction to Food Nullification: Foods
Categories of Batel /Nullification Categories of nullification of...

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