Pesachim Chart #4
Chart for Pesachim Daf 22b-23b
THE ISUR HANA'AH OF FOODS
WHICH ARE ASUR B'ACHILAH
|4||GID HA'NASHEH||Achilah||Mutar (4)|
|6||EVER MIN HA'CHAI||Achilah||Mutar|
|Ki Yirchak Mimcha||Asur (6)|
*This is the source, according to one Amora,
that Chametz and Shor ha'Niskal are Asurim b'Hana'ah.
(1) This is the opinion of everyone except Rebbi Yosi ha'Gelili, who permits deriving Hana'ah from Chametz during Pesach. The Halachah does not follow his opinion.
(2) According to Rebbi Avahu's understanding of Rebbi Meir, this is the source for the Isur Hana'ah of Chametz and Shor ha'Niskal.
(3) According to Rebbi Avahu's understanding of Rebbi Yehudah, this is the source for the Isur Hana'ah of Chametz and Shor ha'Niskal. (Rebbi Yehoshua ben Levi maintains that Rebbi Avahu said his statement only according to the opinion of Rebbi Meir, while Rebbi Yehudah derived the Isur Hana'ah of Chametz from somewhere else. See Insights to 23:2.)
(4) However, according to Rebbi Shimon, Hana'ah is Asur. The Gemara is in doubt whether it is Asur b'Hana'ah also according to Rebbi Yosi ha'Gelili (23b).
(5) This is Chizkiyah's source that wherever the Torah says, "Lo Ye'achel" it implies an Isur Hana'ah as well. The Gemara explains that even though it is permitted to derive Hana'ah from Sheratzim, it is forbidden to deal in business with them.
(6) The Amora'im (and Tana'im) argue whether Chulin she'Nishchatu ba'Azarah are Asur b'Achilah and b'Hana'ah from the Torah, or only mid'Rabanan.