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Halacha - Kitniyot Ashkenaz Sephardi
Submitted by Jarrod Williams  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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It is very considerate of them to inconvenience themselves to accommodate you and I understand your wish to minimize the imposition. However, you may not eat kitniyos on Pesach even in the house on one who does, although you need not be concerned if they use the same utensils. Minhagim follow the person and not the house, the exception being if one permanently moves to a new community with different minhagim.

posted:2009-04-12 03:05:25

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