Languages of Origin
- Modern Hebrew
בישול bishul '(the act of) cooking' חוץ chuts 'outside'
- Camp: Jews who attend or work at a Jewish overnight summer camp
- North America
Who Uses This
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Origin: Camp Ramah Hebrew. Modern Hebrew would use the adverb of place בחוץ bakhuts 'outside'. Ramah also uses bishul bachutz as outdoor cooking (a chug).
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