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Peeling Fruits, Veggies for Pesach

Rabbi Nachman Wilhelm of Online Smicha discusses whether fruits and vegetables need to be peeled if prepared before Pesach. Video

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Not gehz.
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Not gehz.

What about on pesach?

Can someone explain
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Can someone explain

based on this video. What is the real difference between a crumb of chometz and a liquid consisting of Chometz? I’m not really sure

peeling
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peeling

kindly take note that we all drink wine or grape juice on pesach, and in the making thereof, the grapes or raisins are definitely NOT peeld !!!

Is cooking the same as liquid?
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Is cooking the same as liquid?

perhaps only if a liquid chomets gets mixed in liquid without being cooked does the alter rebbe say its “chozer v’naior” (becomes forbidden on pesach) but if its cooked (b4 pesach) it becomes nullified

less than SOFEK CHOMETZ
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less than SOFEK CHOMETZ

the alter rebbe is talking about chometz vadai here we are talking about less than a sofek chometz JUST A MINHAG avosainu beyodainu (because our veg and fruit are washed and clean after picked )? so the psak on using before pessach should be diffrent ?no?

confused
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confused

so do we or do we not have to peel before pesach?

Garlic
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Garlic

Can u use it or not?

garlic and radishes
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garlic and radishes

This two foods are not consumed on pesach -(see shmues v’sipurim from Reb Fole Kahan that the Rebbe Rashab once visited the bochrim seder and saw רעטאך on the table and said that we dont use it on pesach. Garlic its bcs the garlics fields were next to the wheat fields and the minhag stayed even if not aplicable now like many pesach minhogim by chasidim [like shruyo – AR brings Ari zal reg chumros on pesach].

Radishes yes, but garlic no
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Radishes yes, but garlic no

There is a definite minhag Lubavitch not to eat radishes on Pesach, for an unknown reason, but there is no minhag one way or the other about garlic. Not eating garlic is a widespread minhag, including SOME but not all Lubavitch families. Other things we don’t consume for no known reason are mashkeh and machine matzos. Mashke because R Akiva Eiger banned it, and machine matzos because the Divrei Chaim banned them, and both refused to reveal their reasons. If they had given reasons we could decide whether they still apply, but since we don’t know the reason we can… Read more »

Garlic
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Garlic

In the weekly Hiskashrus magazine it brings in the name of R’ Yaakov Landau that Lubavitch never had a Minhag not to eat garlic. This has appeared there for at least ten straight years.

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