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# If there’s a doubt whether one interrupted his eating (with a [[Hesech Hadaat]]) one shouldn’t make another Bracha and it’s permissible to continue eating. <Ref> VeZot HaBracha (beginning of chapter 10, pg 87) </ref>
# If a person has two factors to make a bracha (Safek Safeka) he still shouldn't make the bracha.<ref>Mishna Brurah 215:20 quotes the Chaye Adam who says that for a Safek Safeka you can't make a bracha in a case of safek safeka. However, in Mishna Brurah 4:30 he quotes Rabbi Akiva Eiger (Magen Avraham 4:12) who says you can make a bracha because of a safek safeka. Sdei Chemed Asifat Dinim Marechet Brachot 1:18, Michtam Ldovid, and Torat Chesed say not to make a bracha with a safek safeka. Dovev Meisharim 32 says that you could make the bracha but you don't have to. If there's three sefakot the Tuv Taam Vdaat 1:181 that you can make the bracha but the Michtam Ldovid and Torat Chesed say it doesn't help. Lechem Mishna Brachot 4:6 says you can make a bracha.</ref>
# If there's a dispute whether one should make a bracha one shouldn't recite it just like if there was a doubt if one needed to recite it. However, if the minhag in a certain case is to recite it then one can.<ref>Trumat Hadeshen 34 explicitly writes that even though when there's a dispute about a bracha a person shouldn't make that bracha because of safek brachot when there's a minhag he can recite that bracha. Rav Ovadia in Yabia Omer OC 1:40:14, 2:25, 3:17, 4:23, 7:51, 8:8, 8:23, 9:23, 9:84, YD 10:58 accepts this principle and quotes scores of achronim who agree.</ref>
==Alternatives to saying the actual bracha==

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