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Questions about short prayers called b'rachos ("benedictions" or "blessings"), generally said to praise/thank God for specific events.

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In the discussion we need to examine three possibilities: Shehakkol, Adama and Haets. I assume that the Etrog is eaten candied only. Candied orange and lemon peels are addressed in poskim around …
answered Feb 7 '17 by kouty
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You address several rules. If there is in the set of foods one food from the 5 species of cereals, he is the Ikar, but there is exceptions, if this food function to sweat the dammaging effect of one o …
answered Jan 15 by kouty
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product of wheat, as wheat starch, to paste, not for the taste, the blessing is not mezonot, but shehakol, because the main ingredient is honey. 202, 2: אבל אם לא נתן הדגן בתבשיל אלא לדבקו … ולהקפותו בטל בתבשיל:‏ If on of the 5 cereals species is present in the food, but to paste it only, there are anulled by the food regarding the blessing. In your case, cheese cake, may be that it is the case in some cakes. in apple pie obviously not. …
answered Mar 21 '17 by kouty
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We need two prior definitions. The first, what is French Toast ("Pain perdu" in original French Language), and the second, what is considered as bread, and more precisely up to what degree of trans …
answered Feb 23 '16 by kouty
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שיברך או יוציא מפיו דבר קדושה לא מהני כיסוי יד, ע״ש ... for blessing or pronouncing holy contents even to cover the head with a hand does not help ... I remember that someone did read to me a Shut of Rabbi Ovadia that with tefilin without kippa it's good. …
answered Apr 26 '17 by kouty
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to make a bread requiring Hamotsi and BHM. But if the amount of wheat is lower, RMBM seems to decide that the blessing will be BMMezonot (BMM) and Me'en 3 (Al Hamichia (Ahava, Berachot, 3, 11)). A … difference of Criterion between First Blessing and Last Blessing is understandable. The first is not quantity related and the second is quantity related. So may be that the first is not Concentration …
answered Aug 29 '16 by kouty
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remove tefilin is linked to cancelation of a Mitsvat asse to wear them at day only (see Menachot 36b Machloket if hishamer deasse is asse or lo taasse) is at least a bit similar to a blessing for a … gentile, when an Israelite performs it he must pronounce a blessing; and wherever a precept is not completed by a single act, e.g. , the tefillin (manufacturing) , although it may be made by a gentile …
answered Sep 5 '16 by kouty
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mitsva is that this man will be actually mahul when he would become Jewish. This beracha, is a kind of birkat hashevach, a praise of G-d, not a blessing for fulfilling a commandment (Kesef Mishne … , in summary the nusach "to circumcise converts" is for a blessing of praise, not for mitsva fulfilling. For the beracha al hatevila (on immersion) All poskim mentioned the fact that to bless it …
answered Dec 24 '16 by kouty
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In Sefer Abudarham, in Shaar Hashlishi which addresses Birkat Hamitsvot, a Teshuva of Rabbi Yosef Ben Pelat. The issue is to find a criterion for blessing on a mitsva. In the Teshuva RYBP wrote … issue with the known Suggia of Mitsva habaa beavera, but I did not understand. His main proof is from the Gemara BK 94a which says that a man who bless for hafrashat challa on a dough made by wheat that he had stolen, he is not blessing but cursing. …
answered Dec 25 '16 by kouty
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usefull. But in morning only chazal statued a blessing. The blessing is not because of the evil spirit only, e.g. if he rinse his hands in a cup, this is not good for evil spirit but he blesses al netilat, see SA OC 4, 12 Magen Avraham sk 9. …
answered Apr 4 '17 by kouty
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) without blessing, no "al mikra megila", neither "al mikra ketuvim". The author wrote in Darke Moshe on the Tur (same siman): ואמרינן במסכת סופרים הקורא בחמש מגילות מברך על מקרא מגילה ואפילו היא … Taz, that to blessing for those Megilot (excepted Ester) is a vain blessing as the OP seems to understand. The Mishna Berura says that the Magen Avraham stated to bless for megilot excepted for Kohelet …
answered Apr 18 '17 by kouty
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Mishna Berura OC 208, sk 9 in name of the GRA that even for Birkat Hamazon there is no need to mention the Al Hanisim, for Meen Shalosh, people have not the custom to add (adding here is regarded a …
answered Dec 21 '16 by kouty
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You don't need to say Hagomel. Your case is not included in the four who have to thank in Gemara Berachot 54b, which are paradigms linked for Birkat Hagomel: Rab Judah said in the name of Rab …
answered Nov 9 '16 by kouty
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included into a Motsi meal? We will treat the problem of the first blessing (Bracha Rishona) only. First let's look Gemara Massechet Brachot 41b אמר רב פפא הלכתא ‏‏ דברים הבאים מחמת הסעודה בתוך הסעודה … which form an integral part of the meal when taken in the course of the meal require no blessing either before or after; things which do not form an integral part of the meal when taken in the course of …
answered Apr 14 '16 by kouty
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R'Adda B'Ahabah inserting the threads [in a garment] and reciting the blessing '[Blessed art thou. and hast commanded us] to make the zizith', whereupon he said, 'What is this zizi that I hear … ? Thus said Rab: When making the zizith no blessing is to be pronounced'. 42b: Over the hand-tefillah one must say, 'Blessed. who hast sanctified us by thy commandments and hast …
answered Sep 12 '16 by kouty

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