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#If one has food in one’s mouth one may remove what you don't want from what you want.<ref>Igrot Moshe O”C 4:74 Borer 7, Shemirat Shabbat KeHilchata 3:11, and [[Shabbos]] Kitchen (pg 103) </ref>
===Peels===
#If a food has a peel that covers it entirely one may remove the part that’s unwanted (peel) from the part that’s desired (fruit), however this action must be done right before the meal and with one's hand.<ref>Shulchan Aruch O.C. 321:19, Beiur Biur Halacha 321:19 :4 s.v. LeKlof, Menuchat Ahava (vol 2 7:11), and Shemirat Shabbat KeHilchata 3:29 </ref>
#Where it’s impossible to separate the food from the waste it’s permissible to take out the waste. For example, one who cuts open a cantaloupe may scoop out the seeds and leave the fruit.<ref>[[Shabbos]] Kitchen (pg 103) in name of Rav Scheinberg </ref>
#It is permissible to remove an inedible shell or peel from a food as long as it’s done by hand and immediately prior to eating. Examples include:
*##eggshells*##onion peel*##potato peel*##banana peel*##sausages peel*##melon peel*##peanut shell .<ref>Shemirat Shabbat KeHilchata 3:31,34, Menuchat Ahava (vol 2, 7:7) </ref>
====Taking Refuse from the Food====
====Separating Two Foods to be Used for Later====
#If there’s two foods (meaning both are desired for use) there’s a dispute whether one is allowed to separate for later use, Ashkenazim should be strict and Sephardim may be lenient.<ref>The Pri Megadim (M”Z 319:2) writes that there’s a logic to permit separating two foods if one will eat both but just after some time since in this case there’s no food being taken from refuse, and concludes with a Tzarich Iyun. However, the Mishna Brurah (319:12, Beiur (also reiterated in Biur Halacha 319:3 :1 s.v. Hayu) based on Tosafot [[Shabbat]] 74a d"h s.v. "hay lifanav shnei mini ochlin" argues that it’s a definite violation of Borer to separate the two foods. Or Letzion (vol 2 chap 31 note 4), Menuchat Ahava, and [[Shabbos]] Kitchen (84) rule like Mishna Brurah. Yalkut Yosef ([[Shabbat]] vol 3 pg 279; see Sh”t Yabia Omer 5:31:5) brings two opinions and leaves it as a doubt. Sh”t Maharshag 1:54 also leaves this question in doubt. </ref>
#It’s permissible to separate a food that’s not desired now but desired for later in the same meal from another food that’s desired right now.<ref>[[Shabbos]] Kitchen (pg 103), Shemirat Shabbat KeHilchata 3:65 </ref>

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