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1. One is permitted to handle a metal Ner on Shabbos, even if it has been used previously, with the exception of a Ner that was lit at the onset of Shabbos.
2. If food was cooked on Shabbos b'Shogeg, it may be eaten on Shabbos. If it was cooked b'Mezid, it may not be eaten until Motza'i Shabbos, according to Rebbi Meir.
3. Rebbi Yehudah maintains that if one cooks on Shabbos b'Shogeg, the food is forbidden until Motza'i Shabbos, and if he cooks b'Mezid, he may never eat the cooked item.
4. Rebbi Yochanan ha'Sandlar maintains that if one cooks on Shabbos b'Shogeg, the item becomes permitted for others on Motza'i Shabbos, but he may never eat it.
5. If an animal is slaughtered on Shabbos b'Shogeg, the meat is forbidden on Shabbos, even according to Rebbi Meir, because it is Muktzah.
6. If food is cooked on Shabbos for an ill person, the cooked food is permitted to everyone.
7. If the Shechitah of an animal was done with a hand sickle, with the smooth side and not the jagged side, it is a valid Shechitah b'Di'eved.
8. According to Rebbi Chiya, one is permitted to slaughter with a rock or a reed that is attached to the ground. Rebbi disagrees.
9. One is permitted to slaughter with a knife on the underside of the neck of the animal.
10. If Shechitah is done with a wheel, it is valid.
A BIT MORE
1. A Metal Ner is not repulsive and is permitted. If, however, it was lit at the onset of Shabbos, then it became Muktzah at the onset of Shabbos (since it is forbidden to extinguish a Ner), and thus it remains Muktzah for the entire day of Shabbos.
2. If it was cooked b'Mezid, the item may not be eaten on Motza'i Shabbos until sufficient time has passed for it to have been cooked on Motza'i Shabbos. In that way, no benefit is accrued from the Aveirah, according to Rebbi Meir.
3. If it was cooked b'Shogeg, it is forbidden for everyone to eat the cooked item until Motza'i Shabbos. However, if it was cooked b'Mezid, it is forbidden to the one who cooked it forever, but everyone else may eat it on Motza'i Shabbos after enough time has passed for it to be cooked, according to Rebbi Yehudah.
4. If the item was cooked b'Mezid, it is forbidden forever to everyone, according to Rebbi Yochanan ha'Sandlar.
5. However, if there was an ill person in the house whose life was in danger from before Shabbos, the meat is not Muktzah, because at the onset of Shabbos he had in mind that he may be forced to slaughter the animal on Shabbos for the sake of Piku'ach Nefesh. However, if the person only became sick on Shabbos, the meat is Muktzah, because at the onset of Shabbos he did not have in mind to slaughter the animal.
6. The food is not Muktzah, even if the person only became sick on Shabbos, because it is possible to eat the food raw. However, if a pumpkin that was attached to the ground at the onset of Shabbos was cooked on Shabbos, it is Muktzah. It is forbidden to everyone except for the sick person.
7. However, l'Chatchilah one may not use a hand sickle for Shechitah, because of the concern that the jagged side will be used.
8. According to Rebbi, if the rock or reed was detached from and then re-attached to the ground, the Shechitah is valid b'Di'eved, but otherwise the Shechitah is Pasul.
9. We are not concerned that the neck of the animal will weigh on the knife and the Shechitah will be done in one thrust without a back and forth motion.
10. If a knife is attached to the wheel and the Shochet rolls the wheel and thereby performs Shechitah, it is valid.
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