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The issue here is that you are mixing in a solid instead of a liquid. There are two reasons why this doesn't make a difference. The first is that one of the examples cited of things mixed in is spices, which are not a liquid and are not being substituted as a binding agent of the dough, and even so they have the same status as fruit juices (Shulchan Aruch, ...


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From what you are describing about the "mashed fruit" process, this sounds like the way date bread is made. According to this list, The bracha is mezonot. Banana and zucchini breads are made in a similar fashion. In both cases, dough is the main ingredient and banana or zucchini "mash" is mixed into the dough. Often things that are called "bread" in English ...


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I asked my rav (who is from Ner Yisrael in Baltimore) and he said that that the bracha on a item is conected to the food that is eaten only. The bracha acharonah is not (in that sense) connected to the bracha rishona. Thus if one makes the wrong bracha rishona, one should still make the correct bracha acharona. He said that since the bracha rishona and the ...



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