Procedure of the Peace Offering

"And if his offering be a sacrifice of a peace-offering..."Leviticus 3:1.

When offering a Shelamim (peace) offering, we are commanded to follow the applicable procedure outlined in the Torah.

Consuming Offerings before their Blood is Sprinkled on the Altar

"You may not eat within your gates ...your freewill offerings"Deuteronomy 12:17.

It is forbidden to eat of the flesh of sacrifices – of the "holy" class; e.g., the Peace or Thanksgiving Offerings – before their blood is sprinkled on the altar.

Procedure of the Meal Offerings

"And if a person brings a meal offering to G‑d . . . and if a meal offering on a pan is your sacrifice . . . and if a meal offering [made] in a deep pot"Leviticus 2:1, 5, 7.

When offering a Minchah (meal) Offering – any of the different varieties of meal Offerings detailed in the Torah – we are commanded to follow the applicable procedure outlined in the Torah.

Putting Oil on a Meal Sin Offering

"He shall put no oil upon it"Leviticus 5:11.

It is forbidden to mix oil into a meal Sin Offering [as is done by almost all other meal Offerings].

Putting Frankincense on a Meal Sin Offering

"Neither shall he put any frankincense upon it"Leviticus 5:11.

It is forbidden to mix frankincense into a meal Sin Offering [as is done by almost all other meal Offerings].

Consuming the Priest's Meal Offering

"And every meal offering of the priest shall be totally burnt; it may not be eaten"Leviticus 6:16.

It is forbidden to consume of a priest's Meal Offering. This prohibition also includes partaking of the daily Chavitin (meal) offering brought by the high priest.