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The following section will discuss the laws of cooking on Shabbos. The first chapter deals with the definition of cooking and what foods may be heated on Shabbos and which may not. The second chapter will discuss the ramifications of one who has transgressed and cooked, or did any other forbidden activity on Shabbos.
The following laws deal with what constitutes the prohibition of cooking on Shabbos and not the Rabbinical prohibition associated with placing cooked food on or very near a fire on Shabbos. Regarding when one may place a food on or very near the fire even when the food does not contain a cooking prohibition, see the laws of Chazara where these laws are discussed extensively.
1. Meigis: Mixing a pot of hot food.
2. Bishul Achar Bishul Bedavar Lach: Does the prohibition of cooking apply to a previously cooked liquid food.
3. Bishul Achar Bishul Bedavar Yaveish: Does the prohibition of cooking apply to a previously cooked dry food.
4. Bishul Achar Afiyah Vetzli: Does the prohibition of cooking apply to a previously baked or roasted food.
5. Afiyah Vetzli Achar Bishul: May one roast or bake a previously cooked food.
6. Davar Gush: A solid food.
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