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==Brachot on Food==
# For all [[Brachot|brachot]] for food, either [[Bracha Rishona]] or [[Bracha Achrona]], one may not fulfill one’s obligation by listening to someone say the bracha unless that person is also going to eat or has eaten the proper Shuir. <Ref>Mishna Brurah 213:14 </ref> The notable exceptions to this are Hagefen HaGafen for Kiddush and Hamotzei for matzah on the first night of Pesach; for those, it is permissible to fulfill someone else's obligation even if one is not going to eat.<ref>Shulchan Aruch 167:20. Magen Avraham 167:41 explains that in general one cannot fulfill someone else's obligation for a food bracha, unless one is going to eat as well, because unlike for matzah and Kiddush, there is no halachic obligation to eat.</ref> 
===Bracha Rishona===
# The original establishment of the rabbis was to make [[Bracha Rishona]] together (meaning, one person saying it out loud and everyone else fulfilling the obligation by listening). <Ref>Shulchan Aruch 213:1 </ref>


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