Audio by Dr. Michael Sokolow

If one separates his Hallah [in the state of] flour, it is not Hallah, and in the hand of a priest it is [as] a thing robbed; the dough itself is still subject to Hallah, and the flour, if there be of it the statutory minimum quantity, it [also is] subject to Hallah; and it is prohibited to nonpriests: [the latter is] the opinion of R. Joshua. They told him of an occurrence when a scholar nonpriest seized it. Said he to them: indeed, he did something damaging to himself, but benefiting to others. מ חלה 2.5
המפריש חלתו קמח-- אינה חלה, וגזל ביד כוהן- העיסה עצמה, חייבת בחלה; והקמח-- אם יש בו כשיעור-- חייב בחלה, ואסורה לזרים, דברי רבי יהושוע- אמרו לו, מעשה וקפשה זקן זר; אמר להם, אף הוא קילקל לעצמו, ותיקן לאחרים
Five-fourths [of a Kab] of flour are subject to Hallah. [If] these including their leaven and their light bran and their coarse bran [make up the] five-fourths, they are subject; if their coarse bran had been removed from them and returned to them, they are exempt.  מ חלה 2.6
חמשת רבעים קמח, חייבין בחלה- הן ושאורן ומורסנן חמשת רבעים, חייבין- ניטל מורסנן מתוכן, וחזר לתוכן-- הרי אלו פטורין

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