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==Eating breakfast==
 
==Eating 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. Preferably, one should eat a breakfast with some bread (a size of a KeBetzah) and water to give one strength to serve Hashem. <Ref> Tur and S”A 155:2. The Kaf HaChaim 155:29 writes that the size of the bread is a [[KeBaytzah]]. </ref>  
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# Preferably, one should eat a breakfast with some bread (a size of a KeBetzah) and water to give one strength to serve Hashem. <Ref> Tur and S”A 155:2. The Kaf HaChaim 155:29 writes that the size of the bread is a [[KeBaytzah]]. </ref>
 
# Many say that it's sufficient to eat a filling food even if it's not bread. <ref>Eshel Avraham (Butchatch 155:2) </ref> Likewise, one may have [[Mezonot]] in place of bread for breakfast. <ref> Pri Megadim (M"Z 155:1), Sh"t Rivevot Ephraim 3:590 (21 and 35), and Rabbi Yisrael Belsky quoted in [https://docs.google.com/viewer?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.thehalacha.com%2Fattach%2FVolume4%2FIssue2.pdf Halachically Speaking]. Although the Kaf HaChaim 155:23-4 writes that one may fulfill Pat [[Shacharit]] with [[Pat Haba Bekisnin]], he adds in that a cooked [[Mezonot]] food (Tavshil [[Mezonot]]) doesn't fit the requirements of Pat [[Shacharit]]. Or Letzion 2:10(6) agrees. </ref>
 
# Many say that it's sufficient to eat a filling food even if it's not bread. <ref>Eshel Avraham (Butchatch 155:2) </ref> Likewise, one may have [[Mezonot]] in place of bread for breakfast. <ref> Pri Megadim (M"Z 155:1), Sh"t Rivevot Ephraim 3:590 (21 and 35), and Rabbi Yisrael Belsky quoted in [https://docs.google.com/viewer?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.thehalacha.com%2Fattach%2FVolume4%2FIssue2.pdf Halachically Speaking]. Although the Kaf HaChaim 155:23-4 writes that one may fulfill Pat [[Shacharit]] with [[Pat Haba Bekisnin]], he adds in that a cooked [[Mezonot]] food (Tavshil [[Mezonot]]) doesn't fit the requirements of Pat [[Shacharit]]. Or Letzion 2:10(6) agrees. </ref>
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# 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 shouldn't eat before feeding his animals <ref> Shulchan Aruch OC 167:6</ref>, but one may drink before watering them <ref>M.B. 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. </ref>
 
# One shouldn't eat before feeding his animals <ref> Shulchan Aruch OC 167:6</ref>, but one may drink before watering them <ref>M.B. 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. </ref>
  

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Eating breakfast

  1. Preferably, one should eat a breakfast with some bread (a size of a KeBetzah) and water to give one strength to serve Hashem. [1]
  2. Many say that it's sufficient to eat a filling food even if it's not bread. [2] Likewise, one may have Mezonot in place of bread for breakfast. [3]
  3. 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.
  4. One shouldn't eat before feeding his animals [4], but one may drink before watering them [5]

Sources

  1. Tur and S”A 155:2. The Kaf HaChaim 155:29 writes that the size of the bread is a KeBaytzah.
  2. Eshel Avraham (Butchatch 155:2)
  3. 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 in that a cooked Mezonot food (Tavshil Mezonot) doesn't fit the requirements of Pat Shacharit. Or Letzion 2:10(6) agrees.
  4. Shulchan Aruch OC 167:6
  5. M.B. 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.