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- Preferably, one should eat breakfast that contains bread (a size of a kebaytzah) and water to give one strength to serve Hashem. 
- Many say that it is sufficient to eat a filling food even if it is not bread. Likewise, one may have mezonot in place of bread for breakfast.
- Ideally, one should learn a little after davening before eating breakfast. However, If one regularly eats breakfast after prayers before going to the Bet Midrash, one may do so.
- One should not eat before feeding one's animals , but one may drink before watering them 
- ↑ Tur and S”A 155:2. The Kaf HaChaim 155:29 writes that the size of the bread is a kebaytzah.
- ↑ Eshel Avraham (Butchatch 155:2)
- ↑ Pri Megadim (M"Z 155:1), Sh"t Rivevot Ephraim 3:590 (21 and 35), and Rabbi Yisrael Belsky quoted in Halachically Speaking. Although the Kaf HaChaim 155:23-4 writes that one may fulfill Pat Shacharit with Pat Haba Bekisnin, he adds that a cooked mezonot food (Tavshil mezonot) does not fit the requirements of Pat Shacharit. Or Letzion 2:10(6) agrees.
- ↑ Shulchan Aruch Orach Chaim 167:6
- ↑ Mishna Brurah 167:40, in the name of Sefer Chassidim, because Rivkah says to Eliezer: "שתה וגם גמליך אשקה" (drink and I will water your camels), putting Eliezer before his camels.