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Chulin 99

CHULIN 99 - sponsored by Dr. Lindsay A. Rosenwald of Lawrence NY, in honor of his father, David ben Aharon ha'Levy Rosenwald of blessed memory.

1) According to Ravina, the Beraisa 'Zehu Heter ha'Ba mi'Chelal Isur' refers to the place where the Zero'a Besheilah is cut from the leg, which is normally Asur.
What does 'normally' mean? When is it ...

  1. ... Asur?
  2. ... then Mutar (see Tosfos DH 'Lo Nitzrechah')?
2) Rav Dimi cited the opinion of Rav Shmuel bar Rav Yitzchak (who requires one in a hundred to become Bateil). Abaye queried him from a Mishnah in Orlah, which states 'Kol ha'Mechametz, u'Metavel u'Medame Lehachmir Miyn u'Miyno'. With reference to Terumah, what is the meaning of ...
  1. ... 'Mechametz'?
  2. ... 'Metavel'?
  3. ... 'Medame'?
(a) What is the Shi'ur of Bitul regarding Terumah?

(b) What does the Tana say about Miyn ve'she'Eino Miyno'?

(c) 'Lehachmir' there refers to where one cooked a Chulin bean stew with lentils of Terumah which are Nosen Ta'am.
To which ...

  1. ... Chumra is the Tana then referring?
  2. ... Kula is the Tana referring?
(d) To which case of Terumah does the Shi'ur Bitul of a hundred and one then pertain?
(a) With regard to the case of 'le'Kula', where the stew does not contain a hundred and one measures of Chulin to the one of Terumah, how much does Abaye think there is in the Chulin (in order to become Bateil)?

(b) Rav Dimi will answer that that, according to Rebbi Shmuel bar Rav Yitzchak, there is not a hundred and one, but there is a hundred.
What is the problem with this?

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(a) What does the Tana rule in the Reisha regarding 'Miyn u'Miyno Lehachmir', in a case where a piece of wheat yeast falls into a wheat dough, sufficiently large to be Mechametz it?

(b) And what Chumra does the Tana rule there in a case where there is not a hundred and one in the dough?

(c) How does Abaye interpret a hundred and one? How does that explain the Chumra of the Reisha over the Seifa?

(d) How does Rav Dimi counter that? How does *he* interpret a hundred and one?

(a) Abaye asked Rav Dimi that if the Reisha is speaking when there is a hundred and one in the dough alone, then why is the yeast not Bateil even if it is sufficiently large to be Mechametz the dough?
Why should it be?

(b) What was Rav Dimi's reaction to that?

(c) How did Abaye himself answer the Kashya? What makes yeast different?

(d) Rav Dimi's reaction to that was based on a statement of Rebbi Yossi b'Rebbi Chanina.
What did Rebbi Yossi b'Rebbi Chanina say about Shi'urim?

(a) Rebbi Yossi b'Rebbi Chanina in turn, based his statement on a Mishnah in T'rumos.
What does the Tana there say about 'the juice of a Tamei fish'?

(b) Rebbi Yehudah gives the Shi'ur as 'Revi'is be'Sa'sayim'.
What is the definition of a Revi'is?

(c) If there are four Lugin in a Kav, and six Kabin in a Sa'ah, how many ...

  1. ... Lugin are there in a Sa'ah?
  2. ... Revi'is are there in two Sa'ah?
(d) How do we reconcile this with Rebbi's ruling 'Miyn be'Miyno Lo Bateil'?
(a) We learned in our Mishnah that one reckons a thigh that is cooked together with the Gid ha'Nasheh, like meat that is cooked together with turnip.
How does Rav Huna explain 'turnip'?

(b) Is this a Kula or a Chumra?

(c) We establish our Mishnah not like Rebbi Yishmael b'no shel Rebbi Yochanan ben Berokah.
What will he say about a Gid ha'Nasheh that is cooked together with the thigh?

(a) Where was Rebbi Yehudah bar Zevina sitting when someone went in to ask Rebbi Chanina what to do with a thigh that had been cooked together with the Gid ha'Nasheh?

(b) What did he then tell the man to do, when he came out with a Heter to eat it?

(c) What did Rebbi Chanina instruct the man to say?

(d) If Rebbi Ami held 'Yesh be'Gidin be'Nosen Ta'am', why did he remain silent when Rebbi Yitzchak ben Chaluv permitted the questioner sent to him by Rebbi Ami, to throw out the Gid and eat the thigh? Why did he not object?

(a) What is the final ruling in the matter?

(b) In which case will this not apply?

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