Eight key conditions to constitute true "work" on Shabbat.
An introduction to the idea of "creative labor activities."
Helping trees, seeds and flowers grow better.
Think twice before climbing a tree on Shabbat.
The prohibition of gathering together things that grow.
Separating a growing item from its natural shell or peel.
The prohibition of squeezing juice from a fruit.
How to clean up a spill on Shabbat.
Separating two things by use of wind or air power.
Be careful not to separate different types from a mixture.
Taking the good, not the bad.
Exploring a full range of practical applications.
Clothes, books, silverware and more.
Salt shakers, water filters and more.
Rules for cutting up your vegetable salad.
The rules of taking medicines and driving to the hospital.
Mixing two substances to create a new, thick and consistent product.
Defining the cooking process – whether direct, or generations removed.
The proximity of the utensil to a heat source determines its status.
Ladles, re-cooking, roasting, and much more.
The ins and outs of the Shabbat blech.
The difference between materials that increase the heat, or retain heat.
Stirring the pot, and a summary of all the cooking law.
Issues of removing hair, skin and nails.
Cleaning stains from various materials.
Three melachot that involve cases of cosmetics, food coloring, and spills.
All about the construction and operation of a loom.
A halachic knot is permanent and tight.
Tightly attaching two flexible surfaces by means of a third material.
Confining the movement of a living creature.
Actions that cause bleeding or kills a living thing.
Salting and pickling your food.
Smoothing out solids, and cutting things to size.