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Ben Elashah, the son-in-law of Rebbi, spent extravagant sums for a haircut of the Kohen Gadol.
The haircut of the Kohen Gadol was the tip of one hair at the root of the next hair.
If someone makes a Neder prohibiting foods that are a Tavshil he may eat a pumpkin called ha'Remutzah.
An Aramis or Egyptian pumpkin is Kil'ayim with a Greek pumpkin and with a pumpkin called ha'Remutzah.
If someone makes a Neder prohibiting foods that are a Ma'aseh Kedeirah only foods that the cooking was completed in a pot are forbidden.
If someone makes a Neder that he will not eat anything that is put into a pot all foods that were cooked in a pot are forbidden even if the cooking was not completed in a pot.
If someone makes a Neder that he will not eat anything that is put into an Ilfas he may eat foods that were cooked in a pot.
If someone makes a Neder that he will not eat anything that is placed in an oven he is prohibited only from eating bread. (1)
If someone makes a Neder prohibiting Kavush (pickled items) only pickled vegetables are forbidden. (2)
If someone makes a Neder prohibiting Shaluk or Tzli (cooked or roasted items) only cooked or roasted meats are forbidden. (3)
If someone makes a Neder prohibiting Dag Dagim all types of fish are prohibited with the exception of diced fish and fish brine.
If someone makes a Neder prohibiting Dag only large fish are forbidden.
If someone makes a Neder prohibiting Dagah only small fish are forbidden. (4)
If someone makes a Neder prohibiting milk the whey is permitted, but Rebbi Yosi argues. (5)
If someone makes a Neder prohibiting cheese both salted and unsalted cheeses are forbidden.
A BIT MORE
1. If he says everything that is made in an oven shall be forbidden the Neder includes all foods that are made in an oven.
2. If he prohibits all pickled items that he will eat, all pickled foods are prohibited.
3. If he prohibits all cooked or roasted items that he will eat, all cooked or roasted foods are prohibited.
4. Even though the word Dagah in the Pasuk refers to both large and small fish however Nedarim follow the Lashon of Bnei Adam and in the Lashon of Bnei Adam Dagah implies only small fish.
5. If someone makes a Neder prohibiting whey, milk is permitted.
YONAH AND THE FISH
The Gemara says that maybe the big fish spit Yonah out and he was swallowed by a smaller fish. Rashi says in Yonah that the big fish was male and Yonah had space in the big fish and did not Daven to Hashem, therefore he was transferred to a smaller female fish that was pregnant giving Yonah precious little space and he was moved to Daven to Hashem.
If someone makes a Neder or Shevu'ah prohibiting foods that are Mali'ach , if it is the Derech in that place to call all salted foods Mali'ach, all salted foods are forbidden even foods that are salted as a preservative. (Shulchan Aruch YD 217:3)
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