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The lechem hapanim had an unusual folded-over shape that would seem difficult to make. Is it allowed to try and see what would happen if you made bread shaped like that, or would that be considered too near of an imitation of the sacred objects of the Temple (lo ta'asun)? Would it matter if it was notably different in other ways, such as size or ingredients?

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