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Grace After Meals

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Grace After Meals: The blessings of thanksgiving after a meal that included bread
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In Hebrew it is known as Birkat HaMazon; in Yiddish it is called “bentching.” It is the Grace After Meals recited after eating bread.
The English and Hebrew texts for the Grace After Meals (birkat hamazon), and the other blessings recited after eating food.
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How to recite the blessing after a meal of bread (on weekdays as well as Shabbat.)
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Blessings for After a Meal of Bread (Sefardic Pronunciation)
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