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Based on Zohar Shemot 122A
So we learned, Israel are called 'holy', and because they are 'holy', no one must call his neighbor [i.e. a fellow Jew] a shameful name and not make up a nickname for him, and if he does, his punishment is very severe [for he has also caused the holy to b...
I suppose that you are asking why the apple was specifically chosen from all other sweet fruits—why not, say, a peach or a mango dipped in honey?
On Rosh Hashanah we eat apples and honey for a sweet new year. Why specifically apples and honey?
History of the Apple In honor of Tu-B'Shevat (15th day of Sh'vat), we will now talk about a fruit - a very special fruit - the Apple, "King" of all fruits (in Hebrew it is called Tapuach). Now, why should the apple, in particular, be known as the "King" o...
An old remedy...reconsidered
The Talmud gives several reasons, which serve as the basis for the recipe and texture of this Passover paste.
Carrying a backpack full of apples on his back, Rabbi Shaul rides in on a motorcycle to make applesauce with the kids. In Europe, it's called "compote."
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