If one is spreading jam on bread and eating it, and then eats only jam, without bread, would he make a shehakol on the jam, or would this be covered by the hamotzi?


Halachipedia states that

Once the initial situation of the food was a mixture and the two were eaten together, even if some Tofel remains without the Ikar, no new Bracha is needed. [4] However, if one added more Tofel after the Ikar was finished a new Bracha is needed. [5]

So, as long as the jam that he eats after the {bread & jam} was present initially, no new Bracha would be needed.

  • The Halachipedia link appears corrupted. It loops back to the same question. But check well this applies to a situation with bread. I doubt it. – mbloch May 31 '20 at 14:53
  • oops... corrected the link. – Avrohom Yitzchok May 31 '20 at 15:12

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