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Halacha - fruits from a tree
Submitted by schonfeld betty  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question:
Answer: There is no ba'al tashchis on something that is forbidden to eat, and the fruit should be destroyed to avoid anyone eating it by mistake. I assume your question about herbs relates to Shmitta. If they are being picked at this time they are not an issue and are not considered Shmitta produce.
posted:2009-01-04 06:50:54

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