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Can Kohanim Eat On Yom Kippur? - Answer

Rav Elchanan Wasserman [Kovetz Shiurim Pesachim 197] explains that the law that a sacrifice must be kosher [min hamuttar liĆ½israel] means that the food itself must be intrinsically permitted. But if the food is only forbidden for an external reason such as Yom Kippur ["yoma ka-garim"], it may be brought as a korban.


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