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1)

What does "Batim Mele'im Kol Tuv" imply?

1.

Ramban (citing Chulin, 17a): It implies even sides of bacon


1

See Ramban, DH 've'Hinei Hutru' with regard to how long this concession lasted.

2

Ramban: With the exception of Avodah-Zarah, which remained forbidden

2)

And what are then the implications of "Boros Chatzuvim" and "Keramim ve'Zeisim ... "?

1.

Ramban: They imply water-pits that have perhaps been smeared with forbidden fats 1 and vineyards and olive-groves that are Kil'ayim or Orlah.


1

Ramban: Or it mentions water-pits to stress the bountifulness that they encountered when they entered Eretz Yisrael.

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