Sunday, July 23, 2017

Eating Shabbat Leftovers During the Nine Days

Eating Shabbat Leftovers During the Nine Days
Day: Sunday
Date: July 23, 2017
Parshat: Devarim
Yalkut Yosef: O"H: 551

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There is a disagreement among the poskim regarding foods containing meat that are leftover from Shabbat Hazon (the Shabbat immediately preceding Tisha Be'av) or from a Rosh Chodesh meal. Some poskim allow one to eat the food after Shabbat and some don't. One does not need to protest against those who do eat such meat during these days. This is especially so if the meat is being eaten for the seuda after Shabbat and one normally eats meat during that meal. However, even according to those poskim that do allow eating meat left over from Shabbat, may not cook extra meat for Shabbat so that it will be left over afterward. 

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