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We now enter into a new chapter of Menachot, one devoted to discussing the requirements and prohibitions around chametz and matzah in menachot. Coming as it does on the heels of the end of Pesach, it is nice to … Continue reading
Today’s daf (Menachot 53a-b) contains a fascinating story of an exchange between Rabbi Perida, his students, and a certain Rabbi Ezra who wanted to come into Rabbi Perida’s study session: The rabbi-students said to R. Perida, “R. Ezra, the grandson … Continue reading