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Kitzur Shulchan Aruch (kee-tzur shool-chahn ah-rooch) — lit., Shortened Shulchan Aruch; concise 19th century compilation of Jewish laws by Rabbi Shlomo Ganzfried
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Ve’al Shulchan Zeh SheAchalnu Alav
Ve'al Shulchan Zeh SheAchalnu Alav If No Table
Skip ve’al shulchan zeh she’achalnu alav if there is no...
Ve’al Shulchan Zeh SheAchalnu Alav
Ve'al Shulchan Zeh SheAchalnu Alav When Alone
Say she’achalnu (in the plural) even if you are alone.
Shulchan Oreich: Eat the Festival Meal
Lamb and Other Meat at Seder
Don’t eat roasted meat of any kind at the seder, including...
Shulchan Oreich: Eat the Festival Meal
What Constitutes Non-Roasted Meat at Seder?
Meat is not considered to be roasted if, when the baking began, there...
Introduction to Forbidden Mixtures (Kilayim)
Introduction to Forbidden Mixtures/Kilayim
The limits of kilayim keep: Individual creations true to...
Introduction to Weddings and Marriage
Introduction to Weddings and Marriage
The purpose of the  rabbi  at a wedding is to ensure...
Introduction to What Is Halacha
Introduction to What Is Halacha
“ Be holy because I, the Lord your God, am holy.”...
Kashrut: Cheese
Kashrut: Cheese: Jew at Time of Rennet
Cheese/ Gvinas Akum   Gvinas akum is cheese which has...
Mezuza: Parts
Mezuza: Covers
Mezuzot are not required by halacha to have covers ( sheitels )....
Nida/Taharat HaMishpacha
Four Most Common Nida Questions
  What Makes a Woman a Nida  ...
Seder: Steps
The 15 Steps in the Seder
Kadeish U'rchatz Karpas Yachatz Magid...

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