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604. Food That Was Removed from the Fire
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Shabbos 3:10 In a case where it is permitted to leave food on the fire, if it was removed from the fire on Shabbos, it is prohibited to return it to the fire. Food may only be returned to a stovetop from which the coals have been removed or covered, or that was heated with […]
603. Food Left on the Fire Impermissibly
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Shabbos 3:8 If food has not been cooked at all, or if it has been fully cooked but its quality will be lessened by further cooking, it is permitted to leave it cooking on a stovetop or in an oven. Similarly, even if the food has been cooked – just not fully cooked – or […]
602. Food in the Oven
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Shabbos 3:6 The Sages prohibited leaving food in an oven even if the fire was removed because one can only remove most of the coals and the most intense heat, but one cannot remove all the fire so that nothing remains. Since an oven is very hot, we are concerned that one will stoke the […]
601. A Pot on a Stovetop
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Shabbos 3:4 If food has not been cooked sufficiently to be served, if water has not been brought to a boil, or if food has been cooked sufficiently to be served but further cooking will improve the taste, it may not be left on the fire on Shabbos even if it was placed there before […]
600. Friday Labors That Continue on Shabbos
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Shabbos 3:2 Examples of beginning an act of labor before Shabbos that continue on their own on Shabbos: we may open a channel of water to irrigate a garden on Friday that will continue to run on Shabbos. We may place a censer of incense under clothes that will continue to make them fragrant on […]
599. Starting a Labor Before Shabbos
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Shabbos 2:25 If Jews have cause to wage war against a non-Jewish city, the siege should commence at least three days before Shabbos. War may then be waged on any day, even on Shabbos, until the city is conquered; this is true even for a voluntary war. The Midrash understands “until you have conquered it” […]