WHICH SPECIES ARE OBLIGATED IN CHALAH? (Yerushalmi Chalah Perek 1 Halachah 4 Daf 8a)

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(Beraisa - R. Yishmael bei R. Yosi, citing his father): What is Me'isah? He puts boiling water in flour. Chalitah is flour in boiling water.

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Question: How is this? [Chalitah] cooks all that is needed, and Beis Shamai obligate. [Me'isah] does not cook all that is needed, and Beis Shamai exempt! (It was baked in a pan afterwards (R. SHLOMO SIRILIYO). If prior full cooking through water does not exempt from Chalah, all the more so partial cooking through water does not exempt! - PF)

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(R. Yosi citing Chizkiyah citing R. Hoshayah): Two Talmidim taught [these two clauses; they disagree with each other].

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(R. Imi citing R. Yochanan): Regarding this matter I went to R. Hoshaya Ruba to Kisarin. He told me that two Talmidim taught them.

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Chachamim say, it is not like this opinion, and not like this. Rather, what is baked in an oven is liable; in a pan or pot is exempt.



Question: What is clear Chalut (that is cooked all that is needed, and it is exempt)?

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Answer (R. Ze'ira): It is anything that the fire goes under it.

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(R. Yosi): Even if the fire goes under it, if he intends to make a dough [and bake it], it is obligated in Chalah.



Parched flour that one made a dough - it is obligated in Chalah.



(R. Yosi citing R. Yochanan): This is if he [intended to] bake it.

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Chalos Todah and Rekikim of a Nazir - if he made them for himself, they are exempt, for it says "Reishis Arisoseichem" (yours), and not of Hekdesh;

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If he made them to sell in the market, they are obligated, for it does not depend on his intent. It depends on the buyer's intent. Perhaps he will not find a buyer, and they became Tevel immediately!