Course Outline

The following set of shiurim are meant to broaden our understanding of practical Kashrus in the public sector. We will learn about the laws dealing with non-Jews who help prepare food, things forbidden because of sakana, sending food with a non-Jew and the laws of trusting a mumar. The following is a breakdown of the shiurim:

1) Pas Akum; Origins of the Gezara – 112:1
2) If the Pas Changes Hands – 112:2
3) Buying Pas – 112:3-8
4) If a Jew Helps – 112:9-12
5) Guests – 112:13-16
6) Bishul Akum – 113:1-3
7) A Question of Intention – 113:4-6
8) Negating the Hanacha – 113:7-11
9) Food that is Prepared Without Cooking – 113:12-16
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10)  Beer of non-Jews – 114:1-3
11)  Others Kashrus issues  – 114:4-7
12)  Other foods – 114:8-12
13)  Chalav Akum – 115.1
14)  Gvinas Akum – 115.2-3
15)  Things prohibited because of Sakana – 116
16)  Doing business with non-kosher food – 117
17)  Sending food with a non-Jew – 118.1-2
18)  Sending food with a non-Jew – 118.3-7
19)  Sending food with a non-Jew – 118.8-13
20)  Trusting a mumar – 119.1-7
21)  Trusting a mumar – 119.8-14
22)  Trusting a mumar – 119.15-20

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