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"Nothing remains of his food; therefore his goods shall not prosper"—Job 20:21. It thus follows that if something does remain of one's food, his goods shall prosper. For this reason many have the custom of not finishing an entire loaf of bread; but to lea...
Hardly anybody would think that there is anything strange and wonderful about bread. And yet, as we shall presently see, there is much about bread that is truly wonderful. At least one kind of bread, unleavened bread, or Matzah, has a wonderful history fo...
The peasant behind his plow has access to the king in a manner unavailable to the highest ranking minister in the royal court when the king is in the palace...
It is imperative to purchase bread that is certified kosher.
We create a direct connection between recognizing the true source of the bread and enjoying it.
In the morning, we alternate. But for bread, we wash each hand three times consecutively. Why the difference?
Bread made from the five species of grains identified by our sages (wheat, barley, rye, spelt or oat) require the blessing "Hamotzi" (הַמּוֹצִיא). In order to be considered bread, the liquid ingredient has to be primarily water and it has to be baked. Dou...
Question: My doctor recently ordered me off wheat. What do I do after Kiddush on Shabbat? Is there something else which I should eat instead of bread? Answer: First of all, let's understand why Kiddush must normally be followed by bread. The Talmud provid...
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