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Cooking on a Holiday

Parsha Beshalach

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Cooking on a Holiday: Parsha Beshalach

The Torah portion of Beshalach hints to the idea that one may not cook food on a Jewish holiday that will be eaten on Shabbat unless one first makes an "eruv tavshilin." What is an eruv tavshilin and how does it connect to the idea of Jewish love and unity?
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