According to the Mishnav, he will take a tool such as a kitchen knife and use it to deflect the muksha, or he will deflect it with his body, and then he will be able to take the thing of the other that is below, and hazu'a aa shake a utensil and he will only be able to suck and drag out the cup of Kiddush with his body. ..!trpsttrp-gettext data-trpgettextoriginal=9739!trpenRead more!trpst/trp-gettext!trpen

According to the Mishnav, he will take a tool such as a kitchen knife and use it to deflect the muksha, or he will deflect it with his body, and then he will be able to take the thing of the other that is below, and he can shake the utensil with his body and he will only be able to suck and drag out the cup of kiddush without Shake the upper pot directly.

Sources: Mishnab Shah Sek Keto according to S.A. C. Shea Sah, and the second balance in C. Shea there, and this is the opinion of the majority of the arbitrators according to the Mishnab regarding the shaking of his body which are the Nakh of the Shea and the majority of the arbitrators of our time , and the Hazo'a disagrees with the first permit in the U.H. Maz Yad, and with the second permit, disagrees there 13, see there and there in the commentary in question.
And what the Chazu'a said in Kilipoth 11 because of a graph of Rei [see and on Shabbat 24] 11 which is a way of Kanih and a kind of shaking [Hot 2 PG PS 2].

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This could be problematic. Sources: The question is divided into two parts, can food that has not been cooked in a vessel be permitted, and does the food need to be in the vessel between the panes, regarding the first question, see the second thread (HG Mo Skav) which is stricter, and regarding the second question, p. B. and on Shabbat ...!trpsttrp-gettext data-trpgettextoriginal=9739!trpenRead more!trpst/trp-gettext!trpen

This could be problematic.

Sources: The question is divided into two parts, can food that has not been cooked in a vessel be permitted, and does the food need to be in the vessel between the panes, regarding the first question, see the second thread (HG Mo Skav) which is stricter, and regarding the second question, p. B. and on Shabbat P. happy that K. Sabra and Mm to make worse and later 20 Sabra and Mm to make easy and accurate from L. Mishnab Shah Skako 6 to make easy and I'ash more discussion on this.

And the body of the words of the Mishnab may be interpreted to make its language stricter, and 27 [that is, a law as a cradle or a baby] precisely if he assumes, etc., which is not peculiar to her to say in the past tense] there is something peculiar to her such as etc. Akal.

And it is accurate to say that everything he puts down is as something that is not special to her, the condition is that it is already put down from the beginning of the data, the most there is no connection between it being cooked, and the most finished with his language "that is placed in the cauldron a little of the stew" we mean from the stew known in HA the knowledge is that which was already placed in the cauldron and cooked in it And God needs a cauldron.

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A cauldron is assigned, unless there is food in it. Sources: Shekh S.K. and S.K. 20, as well as BHL D. Kordum, and all the judges of our times the Grisha and the Gershza and the Shabal and the Garnak and the Garbi Zilber [see annotations and additions there and Sefer and on the Sabbath p. ].  

A cauldron is assigned, unless there is food in it.

Sources: Shekh S.K. and S.K. 20, as well as BHL D. Kordum, and all the judges of our times the Grisha and the Gershza and the Shabal and the Garnak and the Garbi Zilber [see annotations and additions there and Sefer and on the Sabbath p. ].

 

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