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Jewish Recipes -->  Judaism --> What Blessings / Brachot do I make?

Baruch ata Adonai Elohenu Melekh ha-Olam, sheh-hakol nihiya bi-d'varo.



"Blessed art Thou, oh Lord our G-d, King of the Universe, that everything was created with His Word.

This "l" blessing is the last in the priority order of the different brachot, or blessings. It is the one said over drinks (other than grape juice or wine), and foods that are not made of wheat or flour, such as bread or cakes, nor grow on trees or in the ground, such as fruit and vegetables.

Cholent is a big, hearty one-dish meal consisting of many different foods often (but not necessarily) including meat, potatoes, beans, onions and sometimes carrots, green peppers and other vegetables. Because it is a mixture of foods, and the main ingredient is generally meat, the 'sheh-hakol' blessing is said.
  • Most soups have the same blessing, or bracha: "SheHakol;" soup consists of many different ingredients, therefore we say the general bracha, which means "Blessed are You, Lord Our G-d, King of the universe, that everything came into being through His Word."

 

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