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Make Judaism’s greatest thinker and Halachic scholar part of your life. Rabbi Scott Kahn presents two halachot from the Rambam’s Mishneh Torah every weekday.

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Make Judaism’s greatest thinker and Halachic scholar part of your life. Rabbi Scott Kahn presents two halachot from the Rambam’s Mishneh Torah every weekday.

    The Laws of Pesach Part 14 - Hilchot Chametz uMatzah 6:7-12

    The Laws of Pesach Part 14 - Hilchot Chametz uMatzah 6:7-12

    Join the Maimonides Minute for the rerelease of our series on the Rambam’s laws of Passover.

    Today we continue with the laws of matzah, including the prohibition of eating matzah on erev Pesach, and the necessity of the afikoman being the last thing that a person eats at the Seder.

    This shiur is sponsored in memory of Chava bas Pesya and Yehuda ben Avraham.

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    • 8 Min.
    The Laws of Pesach Part 13 - Hilchot Chametz uMatzah 6:1-6

    The Laws of Pesach Part 13 - Hilchot Chametz uMatzah 6:1-6

    Join the Maimonides Minute for the re-release of our series on the Rambam’s laws of Passover.

    Today we start looking at the laws of eating matzah on the first night of Pesach – namely, what is the exact nature of the obligation, and what kind of matzah is acceptable to fulfill the mitzvah.

    This shiur is sponsored in memory of Chava bas Pesya and Yehuda ben Avraham.

    To subscribe to Jewish Coffee House’s Patreon page to get bonus episodes, including lots of divrei Torah for the Pesach Seder, go to https://www.patreon.com/jewishcoffeehouse.

    • 9 Min.
    The Laws of Pesach Part 12 - Hilchot Chametz uMatzah 5:22-26

    The Laws of Pesach Part 12 - Hilchot Chametz uMatzah 5:22-26

    Join the Maimonides Minute for the re-release of our series on the Rambam’s laws of Passover.

    This shiur examines the laws of hag’alah – that is, kashering vessels so that they may be used for Pesach.

    This shiur is sponsored in memory of Chava bas Pesya and Yehuda ben Avraham.

    To subscribe to Jewish Coffee House’s Patreon page to get bonus episodes, including lots of divrei Torah for the Pesach Seder, go to https://www.patreon.com/jewishcoffeehouse.

    • 6 Min.
    Laws of Pesach Part 11 – Hilchot Chametz uMatzah 5:17-21

    Laws of Pesach Part 11 – Hilchot Chametz uMatzah 5:17-21

    Join the Maimonides Minute for the re-release of our series on the Rambam’s laws of Passover.

    Today we continue with additional details of forbidden and permitted products, such as animal food and edible soaps, and we also discuss the propriety of adding spices and flavorings to matzah.

    This shiur is sponsored in memory of Chava bas Pesya and Yehuda ben Avraham.

    To subscribe to Jewish Coffee House’s Patreon page to get bonus episodes, including lots of divrei Torah for the Pesach Seder, go to www.patreon.com/jewishcoffeehouse.

    • 6 Min.
    Laws of Pesach Part 10 – Hilchot Chametz uMatzah 5:9-16

    Laws of Pesach Part 10 – Hilchot Chametz uMatzah 5:9-16

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    What are the restrictions on baking on Pesach? At what point must one begin to watch the grain to ensure that it does not come into contact with water? What is the concept of “mayim shelanu”?

    This shiur is sponsored in memory of Chava bas Pesya and Yehuda ben Avraham.

    To subscribe to Jewish Coffee House’s Patreon page to get bonus episodes, including lots of divrei Torah for the Pesach Seder, go to https://www.patreon.com/jewishcoffeehouse.

    • 9 Min.
    Laws of Pesach Part 9 – Hilchot Chametz uMatzah 5:1-8

    Laws of Pesach Part 9 – Hilchot Chametz uMatzah 5:1-8

    Join the Maimonides Minute for the re-release of our series on the Rambam’s laws of Passover.

    Today’s shiur deals with the process of making chametz: what types of grain can become chametz? Under what circumstances do they become chametz? Does fruit juice added to grain create chametz just as water does? And how do kitniyot fit into this discussion?

    This shiur is sponsored in memory of Chava bas Pesya and Yehuda ben Avraham.

    To subscribe to Jewish Coffee House’s Patreon page to get bonus episodes, including lots of divrei Torah for the Pesach Seder, go to https://www.patreon.com/jewishcoffeehouse.

    • 9 Min.