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, 29 Apr 2017 03:00:00 -0700 240 Bava Basra 97 - SUMMARY 1.   Water poured over dregs (Temed) of Truma are Truma the first two times you do so.  (1) 2.  Temed of Maaser Sheini the first time must be eaten in Yerushalayim but of Maaser Dmai no water Temed becomes Maaser. (2) 3.  Temed of Kodshei Kedushas HaGuf is always Kodesh no matter how many times you pour. 4.  Temed of Kodshei Kedushas Damim is Kodesh on the first three passes only.  (3) 5.  If Temed is made by the rain and the cow drinks it and it is considered wine as many passes as it is considered Kodesh depending on if it is Maaser, Truma, or Kodshim.  (4) 6.  Yayin Migula (wine exposed to possible snake poisoning) is pasul for Kiddush even if it is strained from possible poison.  (5) 7.  Tirosh (freshly squeezed juice from grapes) is Kasher B'Dieved for Nesachim and Kasher L'Chatchila for Kiddush. 8.  The following wine is Kasher for Nesachim B'Dieved - Wine from the top or bottom of the barrel, black, white, sweet, from the cellar, and raisin. 9.  The following wine is Pasul for Nesachim even BiDieved - inferior, diluted, if left exposed, from dregs, foul smelling wine. 10.  For a Kos Shel Bracha you must dilute the wine. 11.  Pitsos are jugs that are fully intact but shoddily held together.
 
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1. Rebbi Meir argues and says even the 3rd time is Truma if it has the taste of wine. 2. Rebbi Meir argues and says even that by Maaser Vadai even the second time is Maaser if it has the taste of wine. 3. Rebbi Meir argues and says even the 4th time is Kodesh if it has the taste of wine. 4. If it is not considered wine it is not Muchshar Likabel Tuma since it is rain water that the owner did not specifically show an interest in. 5. Since it is pasul for Nesachim.

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Bava Basra 96 - SUMMARY 1.  It takes three days for wine to turn into vinegar. 2.  During the three days it smells like vinegar but tastes like wine, and is a Machlokes whether it is considered wine or vinegar.  (1) 3.  Based on the above Machlokes, when you find that the barrel designated for Truma and Maaser is vinegar it is a Machlokes which past trumos you can rely on.  (2) 4.  If the vinegar is very strong (Chala Siftaka) then it is a Machlokes whether the last 3 days were for sure vinegar or not.  (3) 5.  Rav and Shmuel argue whether wine that spoiled within 3 days of sale is the responsibility of the seller or buyer.  (4) 6.  If 3 cups of water poured on dregs of wine and 4 cups of liquid come out, everyone agrees it is considered wine and the Bracha is Borei Pri HaGafen. 7. If 3 cups of water poured on dregs of wine and only cups of liquid come out, everyone agrees it is considered water and the Bracha is Shehakol. 8.  If 3 cups of water poured on dregs of wine and 3 1/2 cups of liquid come out, it is a machlokes in the Braisa whether the Bracha is Shehakol or Borei Pri HaGafen.  (5)
 
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1. Rebbi Yochanan says it is still wine. Rebbi Yehoshua ben Levi says it is vinegar. 2. According to R. Yochanan the first three days were surely truma and after that until the time of the finding it is a Safek since ti may have just completed spoiling when he found it. According to R. Yehoshua b. Levi since it is vinegar now it had to have had a din a vinegar for at least the past three days. Everything before that starting from when he last checked it, only is truma MiSafek. 3. Even if you hold that it is only vinegar when the process is complete (not like R. Yehoshua b Levi). Rebbi Yochanan holds that even then the last 3 days are Safek while Roma'i hold that it was surely completely vinegar the last three days. 4. Rav holds that when you sold wine that started becoming vinegar, even though it is still called wine, nevertheless the seller is liable. Shmuel says it is the aveiros of the buyer that caused it spoil. 5. It is Machlokes whether 1/2 cup of wine came out of the dregs and 1/7 wine is not wine. Or whether 1/2 cup of water got stuck inside the dregs and 1 cup of wine came out making the ratio 1 : 2 1/2 which would make it wine.

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Bava Basra 95 - SUMMARY 1.  When you sell a field and say Bais Kur, whose measurement is off by more than the allowed amount of 30 Rova, you must compensate for the whole discrepancy and not just what is over the limit. 2.  By Onaah when you are at 1/6 or more you must return the entire discrepancy. 3.  If you have taken a field to plant, if there are more than the allowed 10 barren trees per hundred, you must replant all of them. 4.  If you sell "Martef Shel Yayin" a cellar of wine, "LiMikfa", cooking wine that needs to be superior quality since it is used slowly over long period of time, the whole lot must be superior wine. 5.  If you sell "Martef Shel Yayin" without saying L'Mikfa, it is Machlokes whether 10% may be inferior wine like sold in a store (smells like vinegar but still tastes like wine). 6.  If you sell Martef "Zeh" Shel Yayin, if you said LiMikfa 10% inferior wine is acceptable. 7.  If you sell Martef "Zeh" Shel Yayin, and did not say LiMikfa then 100% inferior wine is acceptable. 8.  If you sell Martef Zeh without saying the word Yayin then the sale is final even if it is vinegar. 9.  It is a Machlokes if you says Borei Pri HaGafen or SheHakol on inferior wine.
 
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