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496. HaMotzi Exempts Other Foods
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Brachos 4:6 When one recites HaMotzi for bread, it also includes the subordinate foods eaten together with it, such as cooked dishes or fruit. Conversely, reciting a bracha on these foods does not include the bread. Reciting mezonos on cooked grains also includes subordinate cooked food; reciting the bracha on cooked food does not include […]
495. Changing Locations During a Meal
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Brachos 4:4 Let’s say that a group of friends eats a meal together and then they stop in order to go out and greet a bride or a groom. If one of them, like an elderly person a sick person, remained behind, they may all resume their meal upon their return without reciting the bracha […]
494. Forgetting to Bentch
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Brachos 4:2 If a person is in doubt as to whether or not he recited HaMotzi, he does not repeat the bracha because (unlike bentching) this bracha is not required by the Torah. One who forgot to recite HaMotzi should do so if he remembered before completing his meal. If he remembered after finishing his […]
493. Al HaMichya
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Brachos 3:13 The “one bracha that is like three” (al hamichya) includes themes from the first three brachos of bentching, as follows: Blessed are You, Hashem our God, King of the universe, for that which gives life and for the sustenance, and for the precious, good and spacious land that You granted our ancestors as […]