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What did the ancient rabbis teach about the “new minchah” (Leviticus 23:16 and Numbers 28:26)?

What did the ancient rabbis teach about the "new minchah" (Leviticus 23:16 and Numbers 28:26)? In shul, the discussion was about counting the omer. And then a mention of the "new minchah", with ...
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Precautions to avoid adulterated handful of meal offering

According to the Mishna (Menachot 1:2), when the Kohen extracts the representative kometz-handful from a mincha (meal offering), any foreign objects, such as a pebble, a chunk of salt, or a bit of ...
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Why did Hashem reject Cain's Minchah but accepted Abel's?

Why did Hashem reject Cain's Minchah but accepted Abel's? My question is based on Genesis 4:3-5: וַיְהִי מִקֵּץ יָמִים וַיָּבֵא קַיִן מִפְּרִי הָאֲדָמָה מִנְחָה לַה'׃ וְהֶבֶל הֵבִיא גַם־הוּא ...
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Recipe for repeatedly baked meal offering (Vayikra 6:12)

Vayikra 6:12 mentions a repeatedly baked meal offering. I am looking for an actual recipe for this.
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Were suppliers of flour to the Temple able to make a profit or did they do it just for the kudos?

The business arrangments for suppliers to the Temple are mentioned in the mishnah in Shekalim 4 (9) Once in thirty days, they would set the price paid by the treasury chamber. If one undertook to ...
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How much Omer-measure does an Omer-Sheaf (Leviticus 23:10) have or how much Omer [of flour or of grain] would it contain?

How much Omer-measure does an Omer-Sheaf (Leviticus 23:10) have or how much Omer [of flour or of grain] would it contain? דַּבֵּ֞ר אֶל־בְּנֵ֤י יִשְׂרָאֵל֙ וְאָֽמַרְתָּ֣ אֲלֵהֶ֔ם כִּֽי־תָבֹ֣אוּ אֶל־...
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Difference of term to mean “remembrance”

In Vayikra (Lev. 24:7) , the term אזכרה is used. It seems to mean "remembrance" (gleaning that from Rash"i's translation.) However, another word used to mean remembrance is זכרון . I ran a word ...
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The Omer during Shmita

The original Omer was an offering of newly cut barley. So what happened during the Shmitta year when there was no harvest? Presumably this offering was not brought? Was there still a biblical ...
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the lechem hapanim was NOT chametz - where is the source for this?

We had the discussion what happened with the lechem hapanim on Pessach and the answer is that it was NOT chametz. Where can I read up on this fact? There were actually only TWO instances of chametz in ...
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Was it lawful for David to partake of the showbread?

In Shmuel I, chapter 21, David requests provisions for his men from the priest Ahimelech, who agrees to give him the showbread on the condition that his men have kept themselves from women. Was this ...
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How is this a proof that the Rabbis hold that one cannot continue a stopped circumcision on Shabbat (Shabbat 133b)

The gemara (Shabbat 133b) is trying to identify the Tanna of the Braita above: המל כל זמן שהוא עוסק במילה חוזר בין על הציצין המעכבין את המילה בין על הציצין שאין מעכבין את המילה. פירש על ציצין ...
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If someone knowingly designates a Korban Mincha with barley, does he offer with wheat?

In the Mishna, (Menachot 12:3) it says that if one makes a neder (vow) to offer a Korban Mincha with barley, he offers with wheat. Kehati explains, if he didn't know that Menachot are only wheat, but ...
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Understanding how the omer was sifted

M'nachos 76 amud 2, describes how flour was sifted to yield the good-quality soles flour for the omer offering that was brought on the second day of Pesach. It was sifted thirteen times, the mishna ...
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Why in the Temple were the meal offerings that were unleavened, kneaded with warm water?

The meal offerings in the Temple (that were unleavened – matzo) were kneaded with lukewarm water Rambam Maaseh Hakorbonos - Chapter 12 Halocho 21 despite the fact that this accelerates leavening. We ...
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Why does Rambam say the omer can be cut by day and on Shabas?

Rambam תמידין ומוספין chapter 7: מצותו להקצר בלילה בליל ששה עשר בין בחול בין בשבת. וכל הלילה כשר לקצירת העומר ואם קצרוהו ביום כשר The command of [the omer] is to be reaped at night, the night ...
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Is there any water in a korban minchah?

The Maharal (Gevuros Hashem, ch. 48) proves that matzah ashirah is considered matzah from the fact that the korban minchah is called matzah even though it is made with oil. But in the continuation of ...
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Ban on Shabas fasts derived from lechem hapanim?

The Shabas table song "Ki eshm'ra Shabas" includes the following stanza: רָשׁוּם/רָשַׁם בְּדַת הָאֵ׳ חוֹק אֶל סְגָנָיו בּוֹ לַעֲרוֹךְ לֶחֶם פָּנִים בְּפָנָיו עַל כֵּן לְהִתְעַנּוֹת בּוֹ עַל פִּי ...
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Different flour:oil ratios in the mincha sacrifices — how did the dough stay together?

If I understand correctly, different animal sacrifices had different amounts of flour & oil to be brought with them: Measured in (eiphas of flour / hins of oil): bull: 0.6 ram: 0.6 sheep: 0.4 ...
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Why are these korbanos waved?

A few offerings are waved (moved upward, downward, back, and forth) as a part of the process of offering them. If I'm not mistaken, the following is a complete list: The asham of the m'tzora, while ...
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Why summarize m'nachos in musaf?

In every musaf prayer service, we read an excerpt from Bamidbar delineating the musaf animal sacrifices of the day. While each day's passage in Bamidbar includes also a description of the flour and ...
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“Placing” oil, but “placing” frankincense

When discussing the מנחת חוטא (the mincha form of the קרבן עולה ויורד), the Torah (Vayikra 5:11) instructs that לֹא יָשִׂים עָלֶיהָ שֶׁמֶן וְלֹא יִתֵּן עָלֶיהָ לְבֹנָה he will not place on it oil,...
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How was flour measured in the bes hamikdash?

Modern cooks will tell you that the way to measure flour is to scoop flour with a scoop whose volume is known, and then to shave any excess off the top. (However, liquids are measured by pouring into ...
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question on Rashi to M'nachos 57

The top Rashi on Menachos 57:2, if I'm reading it correctly, adds some information as an aside, stating that both Rabi Akiva and Rabi Yose Hag'lili derive from "asher takrivu" that a mincha of a kohen ...