- If food is cooked over a fire lit by a Jew but re - lit by a non - Jew, is the food subject to the prohibition?
If a Jew set a timer to activate an electric oven, what is the status of food baked in that oven by a non - Jew?
If a Jew switches on an induction stove, which does not become activated until cookware is placed on it, has he eliminated the prohibition?
If food must be turned while cooking, must it be turned by a Jew?
May a sick person eat food cooked by a non - Jew? May a minor?
- The Royal Tableanswers all these questions and more. This handy reference work fills an important void in contemporary rabbinic literature, clarifying the permissibility of gentile assistance at home as well as in catering halls and food production. Its succinct, simple language and practical, day - today examples speak to all Jews, learned or not. Well - versed in the innovative technology that has revolutionized the kitchen and factory, the author offers creative, cutting - edge solutions to modern kashrutdilemmas.
- The Royal Tablealso contains a user - friendly chart featuring color photos of more than 250 foods and explaining how the laws of bishul akum apply to each of them.
- The Royal Tablehas been enthusiastically endorsed by Gedolimas well as major kashrut agencies both in Israel and abroad. Fully sourced and incorporating rulings of the leading poskim, this clear, concise guide is a must for laymen and kashrutprofessionals alike.
- By: Rabbi Binyamin Bar Shalom
Rabbi Binyamin Bar Shalom
5.75" x 8.75"
Israel Bookshop Publications
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