Is there a source in the Shu'a that a person who does not observe Shabbat who touches wine forbids the wine
Yaoi' in the Shu'a in the laws of a suspect C. Kit Sai' 7 Dai' where a person who does not believe in the Sages or violates the Sabbath is more serious than other suspects whose punishment is also for this matter
To begin with, it should be disgusted lest it be forbidden by a boiling prohibition, and in retrospect it should not be felt. And their training was made possible by a hot infusion from a first vessel. Mekorot, Rama'a Jud C. Kaka.
A seller of sugar hairs (Yambambam) from kosher sugar that is cooked in a rented machine, is it possible to buy from him
Ya'ov' in Yod C. Kekab s.o. that it's just a dish, but in hindsight, if the food is cooked in it, it's allowed because it's just a dish, it's forbidden to say to a Gentile that it's cooked
Grape juice that crystallized part of the food (not waste) at the bottom of the bottle is it permissible to shake it on Shabbat
It seems that it is allowed. Sources: Apparently it is permissible for three reasons, the first reason since everything is a kind of fruit and does not connect B. Deuteronomy but returns the form of the fruit to the form
Within thirty days he comforts him as he normally would and after thirty days he can say comfort him without specifying the name of the deceased, and regarding mourning for his father and mother the division is between the first
Anyone who buys Shabbat necessities in an expensive store instead of buying in a cheap store, is the difference in price considered Shabbat expenses that are not included in the account
It turns out that if you do it out of laziness, it does not exclude Shabbat honor, and if you do it out of necessity or in honor of Shabbat, then it excludes Shabbat respect. Sources: here if does
One who was at Kiddush and heard the creator of the fruit of the vine but did not taste the Kiddush, can he bless that everything is on the Mishkin
A. in the explanation of the halachic law C. Ka'd Sab, it is appropriate to fear that it is sufficient to become stricter as the opinions that one needs to drink a full sip of it in order to exempt the rest of Mishkin, she blesses everything, but also
Those who are satisfied if they read two years of the Bible and one of the translation or not, are they obliged to read again
does not repeat and read. Sources: Ya'oi' in the 12th year of the 19th century a scroll called the PMG that if he was satisfied with the reading of the scroll, whether he read it or not, he repeats and reads that he doubts the words of Kabbalah.
A toothbrush that has a little blood left on it from yesterday, is it permissible to brush teeth with it or is it obligatory to disinfect the brush from any remaining blood
It seems to be allowed without fear. Sources: The main reason for this permission is, as explained in A. of the previous answers, that in any way that it is evident that the blood is human blood, there is no prohibition in it,