Monday, April 12, 2021
  
Homepage - Start here...
log in  •  join

Current Password:
New Password: (5 Char Min)
Confirm New Password:

User name (email)
Password
Remember Me:
Forgot Password?
| Home
Directory
Calendar
Alerts
Classified
Shuls & Tefillos
Contact Us
 Browse the directory by:
Business Listings
Categories
Search the directory for:
 
Important Numbers

Doctors and Physicians (13)
Emergency Numbers (12)
Hospitals (22)
Pharmacy (20)
Pharmacy - 24 Hours (4)
Pharmacy - Midnight (15)
Shatnez (1)
Toronto Jewish Social Services (0)
Walk-in Clinics (2)


FRUMToronto Topics

 Audio and PDF's:
Rabbi Ganzweig>
Weekly Publications>
 Articles:
Articles of Interest (219)
Ask The Rabbi (3130)
Bulletins & Alerts (9)
Community Events Blog (23)
Frum Toronto Staff (2)
Gut Shabbos & Gut Yom Tov (63)
Inspirational Stories (7)
Kuntrus Ramach Avarim (2)
Message Board (18)
Parenting (149)
Parsha Pearls (476)
Readers Recipes (4)
Shemiras Halashon (178)
Shmiras Haloshon Yomi (128)
Special Prayers (34)
Tehillim (99)
Thoughts for the Week (191)

FRUMToronto Links

Advertising Rates>
Eruv Toronto>


FRUMToronto Articles Ask The Rabbi

Have a question? Send it in! Questions are answered by Rabbi Bartfeld.


Blog Image: AskTheRabbi.jpg
# 2235 A New Old Shaila
Q. One who has only chodosh bread on the first night of Sukkos. Is he allowed to eat it or no? If yes, how much should he eat? What about having only chodosh bread for the Shabbos seudos?

A. Chodosh, literally "new", are products made from new grain, that was planted close to, during, or after Pesach, thereby taking root after the time of the omer sacrifice, and are not permitted to be eaten until the following Pesach. Some have the tradition to abstain from them. Mishna Berura (O. H. 489: 45), writes that most do not abstain from chodosh in our days, since they consider that it only applies in Eretz Yisroel. However, he adds that a baal nefesh and conscientious consumer should strive to adhere to the laws of chodosh. Many see it in by today's standards, as kosher vs. glatt kosher.
Horav Shlomo Miller's Shlit'a opinion is that if one is particular not to eat chodosh, and cannot find yoshon, he should abstain from eating bread. He may however, eat a proper shiur from mezonos that are Yoshon. The same would apply to the Shabbos seudos.

Rabbi A. Bartfeld as revised by Horav Shlomo Miller Shlit'a


Posted 7/5/2019 2:05 PM | Tell a Friend | Ask The Rabbi | Comments (0)

Be the First to Post a Comment!
Name:* Email:**
Comment:
* Names will be displayed. Anonymous comments will be filtered at a higher level.
** Email addresses will not be displayed or used.

Enter the characters from the image below.


Characters are not case-sensitive.





Toronto Eruv
Eruv status verified Friday afternoons. For email notification,  CLICK HERE

Toronto Weather

Home  |  About Us  |  Business Directory  |  Classified  |  Directory Rates  |  FAQ  |  Weekly Specials
Community Calendar  |  Davening Schedule  |  Weekly Shiurim  |  Zmanim  |  Contact Us
www.frumtoronto.com  - Contact Us