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Shmita (shmee-tah) — lit., Sabbatical; letting the Land of Israel rest from intense agricultural activity every seventh year
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Shmita and Debts
Shmita and Cancellation of Debts
Shmita applies to debts in our era, but the normal requirement of...
Introduction to Shmita
Introduction to Shmita
Every seventh year , fruits, vegetables, grains, and legumes grown...
Shmita: Fruit
Shmita: Canned Fruit from Eretz Yisrael
You may not buy canned fruit or other produce from Eretz Yisrael...
Shmita: Fruit
Shmita: Fruit: How To Dispose Of
You may not put shmita peels, cores, and other waste parts into the...
Shmita: Fruit
Shmita: Fruit: How To Eat
You may eat fruit of the shmita year in Eretz Yisrael, but only in...
Shmita: Fruit
Shmita: Fruit: Otzar Bet Din
Situation You may not sell shmita fruit in the normal manner....
Shmita: Fruit
Shmita: Fruit: Who May Eat
Shmita produce is ownerless and free for use by anyone.
Shmita: Grain and Vegetables
Shmita: Grain and Vegetables: Benefiting From
You may not use grain and vegetables grown in Eretz Yisrael from a...
Shmita: Plants
Spitting Seeds During Shmita
In Eretz Yisrael , you may spit seeds on the ground during a shmita...
Shmita: Plants
Watering the Ground during Shmita
In Eretz Yisrael , you may not pour water on the ground during a...
Shmita: Wine
Buying and Using Shmita Wine
You may not buy wine from grapes grown in Eretz Yisrael during a...
Introduction to Agriculture
Introduction to Agriculture
All of the Jewish festival holidays had an agricultural element to them....
Havdala: Beverage
How To Fill the Havdala Cup
For havdala , pour at least a revi’it (4 fl. oz., or 119 ml)...
What Is Kosher?
What Is Kosher?
By Sara-Malka (Diane) Laderman Kosher (Hebrew for...
Jewish Festivals: Ending: Havdala: What To Use
Jewish Festivals: Ending: Havdala: Filling the Cup
You must pour at least 4 fl. oz. (119 ml--a revi’it ) of wine or...
Introduction to Food Nullification: Foods
Introduction to Food Nullification: Foods
Categories of Batel /Nullification Categories of nullification of...
Kashrut: Food Sold by Stores or Caterers
When Hechsher NOT Needed
Processed Food without Hechsher: Is It Kosher?   If a...

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