Hugging Family Members

When it comes to forbidden relationships the rambam makes a distinction between certain family members when it comes to hugging them. For an aunt the Rambam writes that it is… Read more »

29/08/2010

Why Is Milk Kosher?

How is it todays milk considered kosher? In the past chazal were matir milk because one could assume that the majority of cows are kosher and therefore the milk is… Read more »

19/08/2010

Exercise Shorts

Are shorts that one uses for exercise considered begged ish, and therefore a women couldn’t use shorts for excercise, or do we say that since in general society both men… Read more »

17/08/2010

Dairy Onions

I cut up onions with a dairy knife and put them into dough which I then placed in a Challah Pan. It was baked in a dairy oven. Are my… Read more »

11/08/2010

Kashrus Boards

What are the main differences between rabbanut mehadrin, and, let’s say, Rav Rubin or Bedatz? Answer: The main differences between the different kashrus boards are in the level of supervision… Read more »

09/08/2010