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TERUMOS PEREK 10

Mishnah 1

1)
(a) The Mishnah permits hot cooked lentils of Chulin into which a whole onion of Terumah has been placed (or vice-versa). Why is that (see Tiferes Yisrael)?
(b) Under which circumstances ...
1. ... does the Tana forbid the lentils to a Zaras long as the onion gives taste (see Tiferes Yisrael 5)?
2. ... will the Tana forbid them to a Zar outright, even if the onion is still whole?
(c) What will be the Din in the case of any cooked dish other than lentils (... garlic or leek)?
(d) What does Rebbi Yehudah say about a whole onion of Terumah that is placed in small fish that have been pickled in brine?
(e) Like whom is the Halachah?

Mishnah 2

2)
(a) What does the Mishnah say about a grated apple of Terumah that is placed in a dough, causing it to rise?
(b) On what grounds does the Tana permit water into which barley of Terumah fell, causing it to smell (see Tos. Yom-Tov)?

Mishnah 3

3)
(a) Rebbi Meir forbids a barrel of Terumah wine on the mouth of which one placed a hot loaf straight from the oven. What does Rebbi Yehudah say?
(b) What is the basis of their Machlokes?
(c) What compromise does Rebbi Yossi make, based on a distinction between a loaf of wheat and a loaf of barley?
(d) What is Rebbi Yossi's reason? With which of the two opinions does he concur?
(e) Like whom is the Halachah?

Mishnah 4

4)
(a) On what grounds does the Mishnah permit a Zar to eat bread baked in an oven that was heated with cumin (a spice) of Terumah?
(b) Why is the bread not forbidden because it was baked in such an oven?

Mishnah 5

5)
(a) What does the Mishnah say about Tilsan (Fenugreek) of Terumah or of Ma'aser Sheni that fell into a pit of Terumah wine? How do we gauge the 'Nosen Ta'am'?
(b) How will the Din differ if the Tilsan was Shevi'is, K'lai ha'Kerem or Hekdesh?
(c) Why the difference? What makes the wood of the fenugreek tree with regard to the latter three different than the wood of other trees?
(d) Why is the wine not anyway permitted, because of 'Nosen Ta'am li'Fegam'?

Mishnah 6

6)
(a) What does one do with bundles of fenugreek of ...
1. ... K'lai ha'Kerem? What do we learn from the Pasuk in Ki Setzei "Pen Tikdash ha'Melei'ah"?
2. ... Tevel?
(b) Why does the owner not need to say that he is doing so?
(c) What is he obligated to do, in the event that he separated from the wood as well?

Mishnah 7

7)
(a) The Mishnah now discusses Chulin olives that have been pickled together with Terumah ones. What does the Tana say in a case where ...
1. ... they are both crushed?
2. ... the Chulin olives are crushed and the Terumah ones are either whole or in the form of juice?
3. ... the Chulin olives are whole and the Terumah ones crushed?
(b) What is the reason for the distinction?

Mishnah 8

8)
(a) The Mishnah now discusses non-Kasher fish that has been pickled together with Kasher fish, forbidding a Garav of two Sa'ah that contains ten Zuz (weight) of non-Kasher fish-juice in Yehudah. What is a Garav?
(b) What fraction of two Sa'ah is ten Zuz?
(c) What is that the equivalent of in Galil?

9)
(a) According to Rebbi Yehudah, the Shi'ur is a Revi'is (ha'Log) in a barrel of two Sa'ah. What fraction is a Revi'is of two Sa'ah?
(b) How do we reconcile this with the fact that Rebbi Yehudah generally holds 'Min be'Mino Eino Batel'?
(c) Rebbi Yossi is far more lenient than both the Tana Kama and Rebbi Yehudah. What does he say?
(d) In fact, we rule more stringently than any of the above opinions. How do we in fact, rule?

Mishnah 9

10)
(a) The Mishnah permits Kasher locusts that have been pickled together with non-Kasher ones. Why is that?
(b) What does Rebbi Tzadok say about that?
(c) What is the Halachah?

Mishnah 10

11)
(a) What does the Mishnah say about Terumah and Chulin vegetables that have been pickled together?
(b) Considering that pickled is considered cooked ('Kavush li'Mevushal'), why is the Mishnah here so lenient (see Tiferes Yisrael)?
(c) The Mishnah is strict however, in the case of Chasis. Why is that? What is 'Chasis'?
(d) In which cases of Chasis is the Tana nevertheless lenient?

Mishnah 11

12)
(a) What does Rebbi Yossi say about vegetables that were 'Nishlakin' together with beets of Terumah or of K'lai ha'Kerem? What does 'Nishlakin' mean?
(b) In which point does he argue with the Tana of the previous Mishnah?

13)
(a) Rebbi Shimon discusses a Chulin cabbage that grew in a field of 'Shakya' that was cooked together with a cabbage that grew in a field of 'Ba'al'. What do these terms mean?
(b) What does Rebbi ...
1. ... Shimon say about this case?
2. ... Yehudah (or Rebbi Akiva) say about all Isur and Heter that are cooked together, except for one? Which one?
(c) Like whom is the Halachah?

14)
(a) What does Rebbi Yochanan ben Nuri say about a piece of liver that is cooked together with a piece of ...
1. ... Kasher meat?
2. ... non-Kasher meat?
(b) Why the difference?
(c) What is the Halachah?

Mishnah 12

15)
What does the Mishnah say about ...
1. ... an egg that has been cooked with spices of Isur?
2. ... the water in which Terumah vegetables have been pickled?

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