Utensils that are used during the year for chometz may not be used to prepare food for Pesach unless they have been properly kashered. Cloth (not plastic) tablecloths, towels,
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Rav Baruch Rubanwitz a Dayan in the Beis Hahora’ah Travel Fruits, vegetables, fish and treif knives Fresh fruits and vegetables grown in chutz la’aretz are kosher whether bought whole or… Read more »
Rav Baruch Rubanwitz a Dayan in the Beis Hahora’ah The Chofetz Chaim recommends setting aside one-third of one’s maaser money to be used for loans. One fulfills… Read more »
Question: The Shabbos after I (Reuven) picked up my tallis from the dry cleaner I wore it in shul and realized that it wasn’t mine. Can I continue using it?… Read more »
We would like to sell our chometz directly to a gentile and are packing up our chometz in boxes. Can you offer us some guidelines as to which items we can keep over Pesach and which items should be sold?
What is Kitniyot, which types of food are included under this category, which medicines are permitted on Pesach, and which general foods require a Hechsher for Pesach