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From Buffalo Burgers to Monetary Mysteries
Author: Rabbi Yirmiyohu Kaganoff

Fascinating Expositions on Contemporary Halachic Issues

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Hardcover | 6" x 9" | 312 pages

Have you ever wondered which berachos we will recite when Moshiach comes? Pondered why bee honey is kosher when bees are not? Wondered whether you should or shouldn’t divulge information in a shidduch?

Learn about these and many more fascinating she’eilos as respected rav and prolific author, Rabbi Yirmiyohu Kaganoff, takes you on an incredible journey through the living sea of halachah. He guides you through the intricacies of whether or not kohanim should be afraid of confederate ghosts to understanding the ins and outs of grafted esrogim to introducing you to a genuine Noahide, and much, much more.

Benefit from the author’s many years of experience dealing with fascinating halachic queries on a wide variety of topics. Each case is analyzed and explained from the earliest source in the Torah down to the latest poskim. The author’s rare ability to reduce complex issues into easy-to-follow discussions will keep you mesmerized as you follow him through his presentation. You will be treated to a blend of classic Torah learning while being entertained by the author’s characteristic wit and humor as he plumbs the depths of halachah.
  • About the author:
  • Born in Washington, DC, and raised in New York City, Rabbi Yirmiyohu Kaganoff attended Ner Israel Rabbinical College in Baltimore, Maryland, where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1976, semichah in 1977, and a doctorate in Talmudic Law in 1981. In 1982 he assumed the rabbinate of the Young Israel of Greater Buffalo, a position he held until 1986. He was also the founding rabbinic administrator of the Vaad HaKashrus of Buffalo, a community organization that maintains the highest standards of kashrus.
  • In 1986, Rabbi Kaganoff and his family returned to Baltimore, where he became the rav of Congregation Darchei Tzedek and also served as a dayan (rabbinic judge) on the Baltimore Beis Din.
  • The Kaganoffs moved to Eretz Yisrael in 1997, where they settled in the Neve Yaakov neighborhood of Jerusalem. Rabbi Kaganoff and his wife, Malka, have nine children and many grandchildren.
  • This is Rabbi Kaganoff ’s eighth book, and he is the author of hundreds of articles pertaining to rabbinic scholarship, both in English and Hebrew.
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