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Halacha - pesach
Submitted by Howard Brodie  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question:
Answer: One may and should leave over for Shabbos a minimal amount of bread that he will be able to finish consuming at the Shabbos meals. The crumbs should be cleaned immediately following hamotzi, and one must finish eating the bread in the morning before the latest time for eating chometz, which will require one to daven early Shabbos morning.
posted:2008-04-17 13:10:32


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