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This giant corkscrew is used for hadacha. Each chamber is separately filled with water and chicken. The corkscrew turns slowly to gradually move the chickens down the assembly line over the course of 30-40 minutes.
The Rama (Y.D. 69:1) is choshesh for the opinion of the Ran and requires a half-hour soaking
to soften the meat.
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