52a When Can I Eat Pickled Shemitta Produce?

52a When Can I Eat Pickled Shemitta Produce?

  Din  Reason  Rabbi Eliezer  One can only eat until the time of Biur of the very first type  Because even the last type contains a forbidden taste of the first type.  Rabbi Yehoshua  One may eat until the time of Biur for the last type has come  Because even the...
51a Shh! Don’t  say it

51a Shh! Don’t say it

Going back to our case of yesterday, if someone were to have continued ‘not going to the market on Friday’ after the market day changed to Monday, if his assumption is that his minhag applies in this way, then one shouldn’t inform him otherwise. ...
50b Follow your Father’s Minhag

50b Follow your Father’s Minhag

The son of By`shon Did not go from Tzur to Tzidon on erev Shabbos although the market day in Tzidon was on Friday. His children came to Rabbi Yochanan saying that while their father was wealthy and could afford to be absent on market day, they couldn’t afford to...
47b What is the nature of “Matunta?”

47b What is the nature of “Matunta?”

The Gemorah indicates that ‘Matunta” cannot be used for Kisui Ha`Dam.    Rashi learns that this is because “Matunta” doesn’t break up into עפר sand [or dust], it doesn’t break into small particles. The Torah reqiures something that...
44b Nazir! Don’t dip the Bread In The Wine

44b Nazir! Don’t dip the Bread In The Wine

If a Nazir eats  less-than-a-K`Zayis of grape product he is Patur.   Now say a Nazir dipped a piece of bread in wine and ate it, where the wine alone did not amount to a K`Zayis but together with the bread it did.  If all the bread was soaked, since all the bread has...