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Chapter 2, Mishna 5
The consequences of eating chametz, leavened bread, set aside as teruma, the priest’s tithe, during Passover are perplexing as this chametz has no value. Perhaps the key is that intent plays a different and more stringent role in the law of consecrated items compared to other prohibitions. Also examining tamei teruma in a priest’s home. He may not eat it because it is ritually impure, but he can benefit from it in other ways. When does its presence become a stumbling block, however, with respect to eating?