Audio by Dr. Michael Sokolow

Mishnah Tevul Yom 3:2: Regarding vegetables of terumah [a portion of a crop given to a kohen which becomes holy upon separation, and can only be consumed by kohanim or their household] with a beaten egg on top of it, if a tevul yom touched the egg, he has only invalidated that stalk [of the vegetables] that is opposite [the part of the egg which he touched]. Rabbi Yose says: [he has invalidated] the entire upper layer. If it was like a cap [i.e. if the egg inflated in a dome over the vegetables], it is not considered connected.

ירק של תרומה וביצה טרופה נתונה על גביו, ונגע טבול יום בביצה, לא פסל אלא הקלח שכנגדו. רבי יוסי אומר, כל הסדר העליון. אם היה כמין כובע, אינה חבור:

Mishnah Tevul Yom 3:3: Regarding a streak of an egg that congealed on the sides of a pan [containing a terumah dish], and a tevul yom touched it, if [he touched it] from the rim inwards, it is considered connected [to the food in the pan, and renders it impure]; if [he touched] from the rim outwards, it is not considered connected. Rabbi Yose says: the streak and any part that is peeled away with it [are considered connected]. And similarly regarding legumes that congealed on the rim of a pot.

חוט של ביצה שקרם על דפנות של לפס, ונגע בו טבול יום, מן השפה ולפנים, חבור. מן השפה ולחוץ, אינו חבור. רבי יוסי אומר, חוט וכל שנקלף עמו. וכן בקטניות שקרמו על שפתה של קדרה:

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