🛎 AT Daily! #369 – 🥘 A Wicked Recipe: Cook Once And Commit Five Sins!🍷Pesachim 47

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Chapter 3, Mishna 4 The debate between R’ Eliezer and R’ Yehoshua regarding separating the priest’s challah from tamei, ritually impure, dough on the first day of Passover turns not on the principle of “benefit of discretion” but rather hoyil, since etc. – meaning since the one who consecrated the challah for a priest’s use can retract his consecration by appealing to a sage by claiming regret, he still has “ownership” of the dough and that’s why it can’t be permitted to leaven and become prohibited chametz in his kitchen. This question of whether we hold by the principle of hoyil is the subject of an epic debate between Rabbah and Rav Hisda, and other sages will also jump into the brawl…

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