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L'chatchila (leh-chaht-chee-lah) — lit., From the beginning; optimal practice or method
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Introduction to Morning Prayers/Shacharit (Weekday): Order of Prayers
Introduction to Morning Prayers/Shacharit (Weekday): Order of Prayers
Here is a typical order of waking/morning prayers for weekdays (many...
Halachic Decisions (Psak): Mitigating Circumstances
Accidental or Intentional
The ideal and preferred means of observing or fulfilling a halacha is...
Jewish Festivals: Cooking on First Day for Second Day
Jewish Festivals: Cooking on First Day for Second Day
You may not cook on the first day of a Jewish festival for the...
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Dishwashers
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Dishwashers: Neutral/Pareve Item
You may not wash a neutral/ pareve dish in a meat or milk...
Kashrut: Soap
Kashrut: Non-Certified Soap
Soap must be considered non- kosher unless it is certified...
Jewish Festivals: Kiddush: Cup & Wine Bottles
Kos Pagum
Kos pagum means either: "Physically...
Taste (Ta'am) Transfer: Spicy/Charif: Pressure
Taste (Ta'am) Transfer: Spicy/Charif: Pressure: Food Absorbing Taste of Utensils
When a spicy/ charif food takes on the gender of the cutting/squeezing...
Introduction to Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Baking at Same Time
Kashrut: Dairy/Meat: Baking at Same Time: Solid, UNCOVERED
L’chatchila , you should not bake uncovered dairy and meat foods...
Shabbat: Kiddush: Cup & Wine Bottles
Shabbat: Kos Pagum
Do not use a kos pagum for kiddush . Kos pagum means either:...

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