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On the Halachic Definition of a Tree
The definition of a tree according to Jewish law affects our everyday Jewish observance.
Where do blueberries grow? Apparently it can vary greatly by time and place.
Cashews are nuts, which grow from trees. As such, the blessing on cashews is “Ha’etz.”
Fruits get the "Ha-etz" (הָעֵץ) blessing. In Jewish law, a fruit is defined as something growing from a perennial tree that does not renew its stem and does not grow too close to the ground. Thus, apples, grapes, nuts (except peanuts) and figs are fruit, ...
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