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Blessing on Food

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A step-by-step guide to the blessings recited on the various food groups. Includes Hebrew, English and transliterated texts.
An in-depth exploration of the laws associated with the recitation of blessings
Baruch Attah... Part 1: Holy Bananas Video RankRankRankRankRankRank
Baruch Attah...
Mindful eating begins by opening a channel. Tzvi Freeman works backwards, step by step, disclosing the thoughts behind a mindful blessing.
Why Celebrate?
If you were a granola bar about to be eaten, what would you have to celebrate?
In addition to the biblically mandated Grace After Meals, the Sages ordained that "one should not derive benefit from this world without first reciting a blessing." Making a blessing before eating is tantamount to "asking permission" from G-d, acknowledgi...
Is it improper and hypocritical to recite a blessing on non-kosher food? I'm starting to become more observant of the Torah laws, but I'm not yet at the stage of keeping 100% kosher. What do you advise?
Making a blessing before eating is how we acknowledge the creator who provides us with the food; now that you know the why, read of the what and how
Celebrating Pleasure Tu B'Shvat: a Mystical Interpretation RankRankRankRankRankRank
The Kabbalists teach that with the simple act of eating fruit on Tu B'Shvat we "rectify" the sin of Adam and Eve. To understand the dynamics of this cosmic repair, we most first explore the mystic significance of pleasure...
So you said a blessing and asked G-d for some of His food—did you get an answer? Isn’t it still His, no matter how nicely you asked? What does muttering a few Hebrew words before partaking really accomplish?
In commenting on one of the blessings in the Priestly Benediction, the Talmud reveals an important aspect of the Jew's attitude to Judaism.
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