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Shabbos Test #2
Bishul and Maase Shabbat
1. Reuven (who normally keeps Shabbos) cooked chicken on Shabbos (b’meizid). When on Motzaei Shabbos is it muttar for Shimon to eat it? What is the difference between this and amirah l’akum?
2. Why are Ashkenazim machmir by kli sheni and what things are muttar in a kli sheni even for them?
3. When is it muttar and when is it assur to pour cold water into a hot kli rishon on Shabbos?
4. Is it muttar to pour cold gravy on hot meat that is in a kli sheini? Why?
5. If one poured hot (kli rishon) water on a tea bag before Shabbos, would it be permissible to place the tea bag inside a kli rishon on Shabbos?
6. Does one have to be careful not to have his pickle touch his Yerushalmi Kugel? Explain the machmirim and meikilin.
7. If returning a pot to the fire is mutar on Shabbos how would it be that mixing that same pot would be asur? (at least 2 answers)
8. If one cooks in a bag that cooks by way of chemicals – is this an issur deorayta or derabanan? Explain.
9. What is the machloket between the mechaber and the rama with regards to Bishul achar Bishul bedavar lach? What are the 2 understandings of the rama's opinion?
Muttar or Assur (If it’s assur, state whether b’dieved it’s muttar or assur). Explain the principle that teaches you this halachah.
1. Dip cookie into a hot cup of coffee that’s in a kli shlishi.
2. Place cold water into a hot kli sheini that is yad soledet bo.
3. Place deep fried schnitzel on a blech in order to crispen it.
4. To stir a fully cooked pot of chulent that is on the fire.
5. To pour hot water from a kli rishon on a baby bottle filled with cold uncooked liquid.
6. To sell a chicken to a goy that was cooked on Shabbos.
7. To add cold tap water to her hot water urn on Shabbos.
8. Use the light of a candle that was lit on Shabbos for a choleh sheyeish bo sakanah.
(Bring Down clearly in your own words the Sugya from the source till the Halacha L'maaseh)
Bishul achar tzli (include the Biur Halachah’s question on the Mechaber and the 2 main answers)
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