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Menachem Mendel Wineberg

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Winnowing refers to the act of removing chaff from grain, using wind to blow the lighter chaff away from the heavier kernels.
Extracting juice, milking, and shelling peas all fall under the rubric of this activity. Learn more about it here.
Grinding, the av melachah of tochen, is forbidden on Shabbat.
Binding or gathering produce, the av melachah of ma’amer, is forbidden on Shabbat.
Reaping is forbidden on Shabbat and includes any activity which uses a tool to detach a plant, branch, or fruit from its source of growth. Inhibiting or preventing growth is not included.
Plowing, the av melachah of choresh, is forbidden on Shabbat. When one plows, the plowshare cuts into the hard soil, loosening it, making it fertile ground in which to plant. Any other action which accomplishes this is included in the melachah of choresh....
Shabbat: A gift “I have an exquisite gift in My treasure house; it is called Shabbat, and I wish to bestow it upon the Jewish people,” Shabbat 10b. G‑d told Moses. Indeed, Shabbat is a gift; a uniquely holy and special day. Our observance of Shabbat testi...
Planting is forbidden on Shabbat, and includes any activity that promotes vegetative growth.
Moses was born in Egypt during the enslavement of the Jews. His parents, Amram and Yocheved, were from the illustrious tribe of Levi.
The halachic issues that arise when a Jew sells non-kosher items have been explored for centuries.
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