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The act, process, or experience of consuming food.

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When is the obligation for Shacharit? Is this what is considered the morning? Is it dawn (alot hashachar), or the earliest time for tallit and tefillin, or sunrise (netz), or the latest time for tef …
asked Oct 21 '12 by ana
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Is there any time in the early morning on Shabbat in which I can eat and drink something without any question of it being considered eating before davening and kiddush? For example, at 3, 4, or 5 … point, what if I wake up early during a weekday? Is there a point at which I can definitely eat and it's not considered eating before davening? is there a point I cannot begin to eat unless I first …
asked Oct 21 '12 by ana
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, what can I do in terms of hand washing, birchat hashachar, birchat haTorah, learning Torah, drinking something, doing exercise, and eating a snack or a meal? I'm never sure what to do, and I end up … neither eating, drinking, nor learning Torah until after the time to say brachot, or even until after netz. I'd prefer to use these quiet, early hours to learn Torah or work on my religious studies …
asked Oct 12 '12 by ana