An Uncircumcised Individual Eating of the Priestly Tithe

An uncircumcised male may not eat Terumah (the priestly tithe), as well as all other holy foods which he is precluded from eating.

Though there is no explicit verse stating this prohibition, our Sages extrapolated this precept from the verses, and asserted that this is counted as one of the 613 mitzvot.

The rabbis added to this prohibition, forbidding a circumcised individual who extended his foreskin so that it appears that he is uncircumcised from partaking of any of these holy foods.

A Ritually Impure Priest Eating of the Priestly Tithe

"Any man of the seed of Aaron who is afflicted with tzaraat or is a zav shall not eat of the holy [food] until he is pure"Leviticus 22:4.

A ritually impure priest is forbidden to consume Terumah (the priestly tithe).