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Birkas Hamazon, ברכת המזון, Birchas Hamazon, Prayer After Meals (Bentchen) / Grace, Blessing After Meals. Visit to say Birchas Hamazon. ברכת המזון · BRACHA ACHRONA ברכה מעין שלוש · TEFILAT HADERECH תפילת הדרך · SIDDUR STORE · CONTACT US. BIRKAT HAMAZON::ברכת המזון. In some Sephardic/Edut HaMizrach siddurim, there is a sentence as one concludes that one reads “ברוך הזן, ברוך שולחן, ברוך משה בן עמרם”.

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Birkat HaMazon

The Mishna Brurahh He quotes that his father in Halichot olam v. Rabbinically one is obligated once one ate a kezayit.

Navigation menu Personal tools Create account Log in. Rabbi Mansour on dailyhalacha. However, the Sephardic acharonim including the Kaf HaChaim Retrieved from ” https: He concludes that one should be stringent.

Halacha Brurah Otzrot Yosef 7: Views Read View source View history. However, Rashba Brachot 48a s. The Radvaz says that if one completed becoming full on bread he is Biblically obligated to say Birkat Hamazon and he isn’t clear sephaardic one started to eat other food or bread as part of another meal.

Also cited there are the Halachot Ketanot 2: Divrei Shalom shows how the Baal Hameor might not be a proof.

Igrot Moshe OC 4: Tzlach Brachot 48a s. However, Kaf HaChaim He concludes that they are exempt from the actual text but should still bless the donors out of gratitude. Birkat HaMazon is a special prayer said after eating a meal with bread, thanking God for the food He has given us, as well as beseeching Him to keep providing for us, among other Tefillot. Divrei Shalom OC 2: Piskei Teshuvot fnt.

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See there for more reasons. Baal Hameor Brachot 29a s. This page was last edited on 10 Novemberat Smag Asin 27 and Avudraham Birchat Halechem s.

The Zohar Bamidbar b clarifies that there’s no obligation to make a birkat hamazon over wine unless there is at least a zimmun of three. However, he believes that she should make the birkat hamazon since 1 according to the Rif she’s obligated to recite birkat hamazon from the Torah, 2 even if it is a safek if she’s obligated like the Rambam, perhaps she can recite the bracha since potentially making a bracha levatala is only derabbanan and 3 fulfilling a mitzvah which is the bracha itself when there is a doubt and a potential Biblical obligation is permitted even according to the Rambam.

Based on the Pri Megadim, Divrei Shalom concludes that if a person has a doubt if he said Birkat Hamazon and was only full because of the other foods and not just because of the bread he shouldn’t repeat the Birkat Hamazon.

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The Mishna Brurah Rashi agree with the Bahag about that. See Har Tzvi 96 and Shevet Halevi 6: He also cites the Sidur Yavetz who disapproves of the shortened text.

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His conclusion is that she can recite the birkat hamazon but it is better for her to eat sephqrdic and repeat birkat hamazon or to read the birkat hamazon without enunciating the words with her lips hirhur. He is only concerned for his opinion initially.

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However, the Mishna Brurah Chazon Ish OC This is the approved revision of this page, as well as being the most recent. However, Chacham Ovadia Yosef in Chazon Ovadia Berachot page says this is based on a mistaken understanding of the sefer charedim and most poskim including rif, rambam, rosh, behag, hamazoj, eshkol, Smag, Raah, Meir, Ra’avyah, Or Zarua, Rabbeinu Yerucham, Orchot Chayim, Riaz, Tur and Shulchan Aruch all hold that you have fulfilled your obligation as long as you enunciated the words with your lips and therefore you wouldn’t need to go back to eat more bread.

This is also the opinion of Yalkut Yosef Brachot Encyclopedia Talmudimit Orach fnt.

See Rabbi Mansour’s article for several different explanations of this custom. Rashi Brachot 48a s.