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Chullin 14

By Michelle Cohen Farber / December 11, 2018 | ג׳ בטבת תשע״ט

If one slaughters an animal on Shabbat, the meat can be eaten. Rav points out that it cannot be eaten on Shabbat (even raw). They say that Rav said this according to Rabbi Yehuda’s opinion. The gemara tries to figure out which opinion of Rabbi Yehuda in laws of Shabbat are they referring to.

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Chullin 15

By Michelle Cohen Farber / December 12, 2018 | ד׳ בטבת תשע״ט

Two more answers are brought to explain what opinion of Rabbi Yehuda was Rav following? The gemara concludes that is was about the issue of one who cooks on Shabbat unintentionally. What types of knives or other sharp implements can/can’t be used to shechita?

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Chullin 16

By Michelle Cohen Farber / December 13, 2018 | ה׳ בטבת תשע״ט

What is the status of an item that was detached and then became attached to the ground – is it treated like an attached or detached item – as regards idol worship, susceptibility to impurities, and shchita? What are 5 things one cannot do with a stalk of a reed? What types of things can…

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Chullin 17

By Michelle Cohen Farber / December 14, 2018 | ו׳ בטבת תשע״ט

Laws relating to problems in the knife.

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Chullin 19

By Michelle Cohen Farber / December 16, 2018 | ח׳ בטבת תשע״ט

Where exactly on the windpipe does one slaughter the animal? What are the differences between shichita nad melika?

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Chullin 20

By Michelle Cohen Farber / December 17, 2018 | ט׳ בטבת תשע״ט

The gemara continues to discuss differences between slaughtering and melika (the method used to slaughter birds in the mikdash) and also between slaughtering animals/slaughtering birds.

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Chullin 21

By Michelle Cohen Farber / December 18, 2018 | י׳ בטבת תשע״ט
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Chullin 22

By Michelle Cohen Farber / December 19, 2018 | י״א בטבת תשע״ט

There are discussions regarding details of the braita with the 3 different approaches to the burnt bird offering and the meaning of the word “according to the ordinance”. The mishna and gemara discuss the age range that turtle doves and pigeons need to be within in order to use for sacrificial purposes.

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Chullin 23

By Michelle Cohen Farber / December 20, 2018 | י״ב בטבת תשע״ט

Cases are brought regarding a palgas (a lamb/ram aged one year and a month – exactly in between a lamb and a ram) and seor (in between unleavened and leavened dough) – are they cases of doubt or do they stand in their own independent category. Differences are brought between the red heifer and the heifer…

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Chullin 24

By Michelle Cohen Farber / December 21, 2018 | י״ג בטבת תשע״ט

Differences in laws of priests and levites and between earthenware vessels and other vessels.

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