Frequently Asked Questions and Answers found in Halacha

Rabbi Akiva Moshe Silver

Is it possible to have a morning meal with foods and fruits?

You can eat foods, but you can't (Yev' PMG Och C. Kenna from Shebaz SKA according to Thos. Baruchot Lez ZAB DH Amer).

And fruits also have benefits, and it is better to eat fruits full of fruit at all, so that eating it after midnight is not considered as throwing a stone of bread (cf. Pesachim 12 12, and regarding the words of the Gm in the Sukkah 20 11 I explained next in the answer to the rate of eating) .

And if he doesn't eat anything GAC Aff' drinking coffee has a benefit in it, since we state in the 20th century that they are not allowed to sit during the fast, because there is little in the work of heaven (cit. Taanit 12), and in any case anything that revives one's body from the weakness of the fast is of some use.

And also with regard to the mentioned matter of a stone thrower, if he drinks coffee that has a concentration that is beneficial to the body or another drink according to the 12b, it may be useful that if he drank such a drink six hours before and ate after midnight, he will not be considered a stone thrower of Lachamat, (and further Bashel Avraham of Botshatash and in the 8th century).

And for the matter of pure drinking, although the MPG is sufficient (A. Kenz Skag) and the latter are lenient in order not to be considered as throwing a stone of bread (see comments and addendums, Appendix A), but if it has a concentration of something equivalent to food such as coffee, there is a place to say the PAM model "C admits.

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