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Third Meal ("Seudah Shelishit")

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Third Meal ("Seudah Shelishit"): (lit. "the third meal"); the third of Shabbat's required three meals, held right before sunset, during the mystic time of Shabbat's waning
The custom to eat less at the third meal of Shabbat, seudah shelishit, and its mystical significance according to Kabbalah.
On Shabbat we eat three meals: one on Friday evening, the second after the Shabbat morning prayers on Saturday morning or early afternoon, and the "third meal," called Seudah Shelishit, is a light repast eaten late Shabbat afternoon, often immediately fol...
Morning prayers, Shabbat meal, a restful and soulful Shabbat afternoon -- these and more in this section which leads you through the Shabbat day
Every week, for the 25 hours beginning just before sundown on Friday until after night has fallen on Saturday night, Jewish people celebrate Shabbat, a period of rest and spiritual rejuvenation.
Contemporary Halachah and Kitzur Shulchan Aruch
This halacha class discusses the two loaves (lechem mishneh) used for the Shabbat meals, and also the third meal (seuda shlishit) on Shabbat afternoon.
"שלש סעודות" “The third meal” QUESTION: Why are Chabad Chassidim not stringent about eating a full meal with challah for the third meal, and suffice with just tasting some food? ANSWER: The Torah relates regarding the manna, “Moshe said, ‘Eat it hayom — t...
Transliteration B’nei Heicholo, d’ch’sifin, l’mechezei ziv di-z’ir anpin. Y’hon hacha, b’hai taka, d’vei malka b’gilufin. Tz’vu lachada, b’hai va-ada, b’go irin v’chol gadfin. Chadu hashta, b’hai shata, d’vei ra-ava v’leis za-afin. Krivu li, chazu cheili,...
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