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Mevushal (mih-voo-shahl) — lit., Cooked; also refers to wine heated to allow its handling by non-Jews when observant Jews will be drinking it
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Jewish Festivals: Bottles
Jewish Festivals: Opening Metal Bottle Caps
You may not open metal bottle caps on Jewish festivals if a metal...
Kashrut: Alcoholic Beverages
Wine
The principal difference between kosher wine (or grape juice) and non-...
Introduction to Food Nullification: Foods
Introduction to Food Nullification: Foods
Categories of Batel /Nullification Categories of nullification of...
Kashrut: Uncooked Grape Juice/Wine
Kashrut: Open, Uncooked Wine: Drinking or Benefiting From
You may not DRINK or DERIVE ANY BENEFIT FROM open (unsealed), non-...
Shabbat: Bottles
Opening Metal Bottle Caps on Shabbat
You may not open metal bottle caps on  Shabbat  if...

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