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Updated: 2017-12-14T11:46:17.303+02:00

 



MOI - I checked with the Rabbi again. He said yes,...

2008-05-18T08:48:00.000+03:00

MOI - I checked with the Rabbi again. He said yes, that would be allowed. You could also plant them in a pot in the house (atzitz she'aino nakuv) now... (and I guess transfer them later)



When I was a kid we also used to make whistles out...

2008-05-18T07:38:00.000+03:00

When I was a kid we also used to make whistles out of them by scraping them along concrete walls or sidewalks.

Mark



MOI - I don't know. would they last that long anyw...

2008-05-16T17:00:00.000+03:00

MOI - I don't know. would they last that long anyway?

anon and Jacob - thanks. I knew there was another name form my Yerushalayim days, but could not remember what it was. Out here the kids call it gogo'im.



I was just about to point that out, Anon. Used to ...

2008-05-16T16:20:00.000+03:00

I was just about to point that out, Anon.

Used to play Agooim as a kid/



gogo'im are also called adju'im in yerushalayim

2008-05-16T15:50:00.000+03:00

gogo'im are also called adju'im in yerushalayim



The summer fruits are already shmitta fruit, becau...

2008-05-16T13:39:00.000+03:00

The summer fruits are already shmitta fruit, because they bloomed after Tu Beshevat during shmitta. The party's over LOL.



Huh? I thought tree fruits aren't affected by shmi...

2008-05-16T12:56:00.000+03:00

Huh? I thought tree fruits aren't affected by shmitta till next year? Or is that only citrus? Color me confused.



Thank you for clarifying this important halacha. A...

2008-05-16T07:40:00.000+03:00

Thank you for clarifying this important halacha.
Are you allowed to save the seeds and plant them next year? Efi, a fictional character in Mibereshit (alon put out by R. M. Elon) suggests this to his mother.