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If I ate a hamburger that I thought was kosher and after I finished it I found out it was not kosher, where does that leave me halachikly speaking. I know in Mishnah Torah it says - Mishneh Torah, Blessings(Blessings 1:19 Whoever eats forbidden food, wilfully or in error—recites no blessing either before or after.)

Whoever eats forbidden food, wilfully or in error—recites no blessing either before or after.

What if I said Hamotzi before the meal.? Assuming the bread was kosher, was the bread the Ikar of the meal and do I still say Birkat Hamazon? Or does the unkosher burger meat still prevent me from it?

If I ate a hamburger that I thought was kosher and after I finished it I found out it was not kosher, where does that leave me halachikly speaking. I know in Mishnah Torah it says - Mishneh Torah, Blessings 1:19 Whoever eats forbidden food, wilfully or in error—recites no blessing either before or after.

What if I said Hamotzi before the meal. Assuming the bread was kosher, was the bread the Ikar of the meal and do I still say Birkat Hamazon? Or does the unkosher burger meat still prevent me from it?

If I ate a hamburger that I thought was kosher and after I finished it I found out it was not kosher, where does that leave me halachikly speaking. I know in Mishnah Torah it says (Blessings 1:19)

Whoever eats forbidden food, wilfully or in error—recites no blessing either before or after.

What if I said Hamotzi before the meal? Assuming the bread was kosher, was the bread the Ikar of the meal and do I still say Birkat Hamazon? Or does the unkosher burger meat still prevent me from it?

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If I ate a hamburger that I thought was kosher and after I finished it I found out it was not kosher, where does that leave me halachikly speaking. I know in Mishnah Torah it says - Mishneh Torah, Blessings 1:19 Whoever eats forbidden food, wilfully or in error—recites no blessing either before or after.

What if I said Hamotzi before the meal. Assuming the bread was kosher, was the bread the Ikar of the meal and do I still say Birkat Hamazon? Or does the unkosher burger meat still prevent me from it?