Yesh Omrim: Are Listerine Strips Allowed on Yom Kippur? [AUDIO]

Are you allowed to use Listerine Strips on Yom Kippur? How about every day? Do toothpaste, mouthwash or breath strips need to be kosher? Learn about all this and more in just 20 minutes on the latest Yesh Omrim Podcast.

In his popular weekly podcast Yesh Omrim, Rabbi Shmuli Rosenberg takes us on an in-depth halachic analysis of the issues of the day in about 20 minutes. Discussing and debating unique areas of contemporary halacha, this though-provoking shiur provides a complete perspective on the issue at hand.

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The attached downloadable PDF source material has become an enjoyable and exciting regular study guide for all those who wish to delve further into the topic.


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There are 1 Comments to "Yesh Omrim: Are Listerine Strips Allowed on Yom Kippur? [AUDIO]"

  • Brooklyn observer says:

    One does not swallow mouthwash or strips. Not too sure where a kasharut issue would crop up. Even Pesah, by sephardadeem, a kosher for pesah symbol isn’t required.
    A mazeldig & gbentched 5781 to all of Klal Yisrael.