Dio - Min hamuter b'ficha

I admit that I found a Rishon that clearly says - the dyo must be mutar bficha, as all the rabbis mentioned in the blog claimed.
The tshuva is from Rabbi Eliezer ben Natan from Lunel [ba'al sefer Hamanhig].
see in source:
http://www.hebrewbooks.org/pdfpager.aspx?req=31524&st=&pgnum=34&hilite=

ויראה הטעם מדכ' למען תהי' תורת ה' בפיך צריך שכל
עשיית התורה לשם ה׳ בין עשיית העורות בין הכתיבה .. וכתי

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  2. Are you sure that this pertains to the kashrus of the material or the need for lishma?

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  3. It is quite clear in the teshuva. Why don't you open the source given and see yourself - He basicaly follows the first terutz of the Dvar Shmuel that stam yaynam in the ink is permitted because it is destroyed in becoming ink.

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  4. "Why don't you open the source given and see yourself"

    I can only see the part that you quoted right now - only have access to the forum via my phone at the moment. Will take a look at full teshuva when I get to the office. Thanks!

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