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# One should set one's table nicely, make [[Kiddish]], wash, make [[HaMotzei]], and have a nice meal for [[Shabbat]] day. <Ref>Shulchan Aruch 289:1 </ref>
==Kiddish during the day==
# The text of [[Kiddish]] during the day is just Borei Pri Hagefen. <ref> Pesachim 106a writes that the primary [[Kiddish]] is at night but there's also a [[Kiddish]] of the day. Even though it seems to be Deorittah as the gemara learns it from a pasuk, the Rishonim agree that the pasuk is only an asmachta (Ravad and Magid Mishna (Hilchot [[Shabbat]] 29:10), quoted by Bear Heitiv 289:2) and the obligation of [[Kiddish]] during the day is only Rabbinic. The gemara concludes that the text of such a [[Kiddish]] is just Borei Pri [[HaGefen]]. Rambam (Hilchot [[Shabbat]] 29:10) and Shulchan Aruch 289:1 rule this as halacha. </ref> However, many have the minhag to say [[Pesukim ]] before saying the Bracha. Some say two paragraphs "Veshamaroo" and "Zachor". Some skip to the last sentence of "Zachor" starting with "Al cen berach" before saying the bracha on the wine, however, some authorities discourage this practice. <ref>Mishna Brurah 289:2 </ref> 
==Eating before Kiddish==
# It's forbidden to taste anything before [[Kiddish]]. <ref> Rambam (Hilchot [[Shabbat]] 29:10) and Shulchan Aruch 289:1 rule that since there's an obligation to make [[Kiddish]] it's forbidden to eat anything before [[Kiddish]] just like the [[Kiddish]] of Friday night. </ref> This law also applies to women. <ref>Mishna Brurah 289:6 </ref>

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