Revach L'Neshama http://revach.net/ RSS feed for - Section: DAF YOMI Copyright 2007, Revach L'Neshama en-US Revach L'Neshama Logo 144 31 http://revach.net/img/small_header.jpg http://revach.net/ info@revach.net Sat, 24 Feb 2018 03:00:00 -0800 240 Avodah Zarah 33 - SUMMARY 1.  You may sell something to a Nochri that goes to a fair of the Avoda Zara both going and coming, since he probably is there for business only. 2.  You may not sell something to a Nochri that goes to a fair of the Avoda Zara both going and coming, since the money he has is probably money from Avoda Zara.  If he was just selling simple merchandise he would not go to the fair. 3.  Animal wine pouches that are new and not tarred inside are mutar to use from a Nochri since no wine seeped into the walls.  Old or tarred is assur. 4.  According to Rav Papa if an animal wine pouch is finished and a Yehudi pours wine into it in the presence of the Nochri who made it, it is only kosher if another Yehudi is watching.  (1) 5.  According to Rav Zvid even if the Nochri pours the first wine and Yisroel is watching, the pouch is mutar.  (2) 6.  L’Chatchila, you can Kasher wine pouches and jugs by filling them with water for three straight days and changing the water every 24 hours. 7.  L’Chatchila, you can Kasher wine pouches and jugs by pouring fish juice in it immediately after the Nochri uses it. 8.  L’Chatchila, you can Kasher wine pouches and jugs by putting in to the oven until the inner tar becomes soft from the heat.  But not by heating the inside tar with twigs.  (3) 9.  It is a Machlokes whether you may store beer in a Nochri’s wine pouch. 10.  Klei Neser absorbs too much and cannot be kashered. 11.  Nonabsorbent earthenware can be kashered over three days. 12.  It is a machlokes whether glasses for drinking that are only used for Yayin Nesech after the second kosher serving are assur or not. 13.  Black and white paint protect earthenware from absorbing wine.  Green is a machlokes whether it protects the vessel or not.
 
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1.  The pourer is to preoccupied to see if the Nochri was Minasech. 2.  The first wine is swallowed by the walls and not called wine. 3.  Although it is a Machlokes amora’im.

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Avodah Zarah 32 - SUMMARY 1.  A certain kind of beer is made with grape sediment and is Yayin Nesech.  The sediment spoils if the beer is aged and therefore is mutar. 2.  Cheres Hadrianus was jug shards soaked in wine and were easily transportable to the battlefield to convert back to wine.  Even the third soaking would yield better wine than our original wine. 3.  It is a machlokes if it is permissible to use these shards for other purposes like holding up a leg of a bed. 4.  A Nod of wine of issur is not allowed to be used for a carpet because you may use it to patch another Nod and then the wine will come out of the material. 5.  There were two Shimon ben Guda.  One spelled with an Ayin the other with an Aleph.  They disagreed whether Raban Gamliel’s son agreed with him that a Yehudi’s wine in Nochri’s Nod is Mutar B’Hana’a. 6.  A skin with a round hole near the heart must have blood on it to be assur for Oros Levuvin, unless it was already salted which may have cleansed the blood. 7.  Our Mishna holds that meat is not assur until it actually is offered to the Avodah Zara.  Rebbi Eliezer holds that since ti was slaughtered with the Avodah Zara in mind it became assur right away. 8.  Takroves Avodas Kochavim is Mitamei B’Ohel just like a Meis. 9.  You cannot do business with a Nochri on his way to his Avodah Zara but you may on the way back.  The opposite applies to a Yehudi.  (1)
 
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1.  A Nochri is already over it on the way back.  A Yehudi will probably do tshuva before he gets there but after he did already he is addicted.

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Avodah Zarah 30 - SUMMARY 1.  Wine based drinks of s Nochri are assur unless the Nochri only received them in their mixed form. 2.  There is a machlokes Amora’im if wine that was diluted has a problem of Giluy although it can become Yayin Nesech. 3.  Yayin Mivushal cannot be Yayin Nesech or Yayin Miguleh. 4.  There is a machlokes as to how diluted wine must be in order for snakes not to drink.  Other factors are if people are watching it and if the snake himself diluted it. 5.  Some say that a snake will not drink from water during the day if a person is sleeping nearby, but we do not hold like that. 6.  There is a machlokes whether a women is careful to keep water covered after her husband’s passing. 7.    There is a machlokes whether an Arma’a is careful to keep water covered for cleanliness if not for snakes. 8.  Chad, Mar, and Matok are not susceptible to Giluy.  However there is a machlokes if these are especially good wines or inferior quality. 9.  A snake will drink bad wine from his home country if it is Chamar Medina. 10.  Vinegar after three days in not Nesech but it is a machlokes if it susceptible to Giluy. 11.  Fresh pressed wine is not Miguleh for three days. 12.  The wine based dip Kutach HaBavli is not Miguleh unless you see it has been eaten from. 13.  Wine dripping into a plate is not Miguleh if the dripping is constant and frequent. 14.  Snake poison can be found anywhere in the wine depending on the age and strength of the snake that drank.  Therefore some drinkers may die while others live. 15.  Mayim Migulim should be spilled and not used for any washing, cleaning, or planting. 16.  You can give Mayim Migulim to your cat but not your friend’s.
 
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