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The Two Reasons for the ‘Eruv’

Cooking Made Simple, Lesson 2

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The Two Reasons for the ‘Eruv’ : Cooking Made Simple, Lesson 2

Join the Talmud’s stimulating discussion on the mechanism of the ‘Eruv Tavshilin’—a rabbinic legal device that allows one to cook on the Holiday for the upcoming Shabbat.
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Talmud, Tractate Beitzah, Eruv Tavshilin

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Anonymous Mesa, AZ August 31, 2015

The Two Reasons for the Eruv Tavshilim It makes sense to me that making the Eruv before the Shabbat would be safe to not desecrate the holy Shabbat. It would also be safe to set aside the proper portion for each day and make sure that there would be enough food for the invited family. What is the Takanam? Did I spell right the Hebrew word I heard you mention. This is fascinating class. Thank you, I love it! The Eruv is then a prayer to Hashem, blessed is He, offering the meal to be cook as a santification? Reply

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