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Eruv tavshilin (ay-roov tahv-shee-leen) — lit., Mixture of cooked things; setting aside a baked and a cooked food to be eaten on a Shabbat immediately following a Jewish festival, which permits cooking on that festival for that Shabbat
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Jewish Festivals: Eruv Tavshilin
Jewish Festivals: Eating Eruv Tavshilin Food
You are not required to eat food set aside for an eruv tavshilin ,...
Jewish Festivals: Eruv Tavshilin
Jewish Festivals: Personal Eruv Tavshilin
One person per household should make an eruv tavshilin in order...
Jewish Festivals: Eruv Tavshilin
Jewish Festivals: Rabbi's Eruv Tavshilin
If you forgot to make an eruv tavshilin , you may rely on the ...

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