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reviewed Close Seeking a demographic "pamphlet" of Israeli neighborhoods
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revised Must one "work" and "deserve" to observe Shabbat?
grammar, spelling, clarifying the context based on comments, removed negative tone
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reviewed Looks Good How Do I Know If it's a Hebrew Leap Year?
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reviewed Edit suggested edit on Must one "work" and "deserve" to observe Shabbat?
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revised Must one "work" and "deserve" to observe Shabbat?
citation of the source of the question / structural improvements
Apr
28
comment Miracles through natural means
I don't believe this answers the question (though it partially answers the companion question).
Apr
28
awarded Notable Question
Apr
26
comment Why do we need dishes designated specifically for Pesah?
Pinging @DoubleAA.
Apr
26
revised Why do we need dishes designated specifically for Pesah?
deleted 85 characters in body; edited title
Apr
26
comment Why do we need dishes designated specifically for Pesah?
Mods: I just realized after posting that this needs some serious editing. I am going to edit this for clarification; please bear with me a few minutes.
Apr
26
asked Why do we need dishes designated specifically for Pesah?
Apr
26
revised Is one allowed to vote for an election candidate during chol hamoed?
edited tags
Apr
26
revised Can rice flour be processed the same as Matza for those who don't eat Kitniyos?
Please revert if this is not the intent. My original understanding of the question was that it was about the fitness of rice to make Matzah. But it seems to be a question about processing Kitniyoth in a way like Matzah so that Ashkenazim, etc., who don't eat Kitniyoth on Pesah, can eat it.
Apr
26
comment Why on Pesah are we more strict with Kitniyoth than we are with real grains?
@double ok, fair. Though that should really be edited into the question, because that's not at all how I read it.
Apr
26
comment Why on Pesah are we more strict with Kitniyoth than we are with real grains?
@double he's asking about Matzah. I'm asking about Kitniyoth. In fact, I've revised my comment because I failed to read the full answer over there. I don't believe the answer fits the question. He's not asking about whether Matzah made from Kitniyoth is allowed qua Kitniyoth. He's asking if it is Matzah.
Apr
26
comment Why on Pesah are we more strict with Kitniyoth than we are with real grains?
@double please re-read that question. This is not a duplicate.
Apr
25
asked Why on Pesah are we more strict with Kitniyoth than we are with real grains?
Apr
25
comment Can You Open Chometz Cabinets?
Or VTC as CYLA (consult your local attorney).
Apr
25
comment Can You Open Chometz Cabinets?
@DoubleAA, actually, it seems more like a breaking-and-entering/trespassing question. I don't see anything about stealing. I voted to close as Psak. Maybe I should have voted to close as unclear?
Apr
25
accepted Matzah meal before פסח
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