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Keli: a vessel or utensil
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There are different opinions regarding this matter. Ideally, therefore, all cans which will be needed on Shabbat should be opened prior to Shabbat -- thus avoiding a questionable situation. The main concern is that opening the can creates a useable recept...
There is an interesting distinction made in Jewish law between different types of utensils.
3:1 A Keli Rishon Standing on the Fire a) As stated previously, even a fully cooked foodIt is prohibited to add any food, whether solid, liquid, cooked or uncooked, hot or cold. The example of a fully cooked food is quoted as one may think that since ther...
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