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==Seudah==
# One should increase in festivities on Purim , but the actual obligation is to have fulfilled by having one meal on the day of Purim. <Ref>Rama and S”A 695:1 </ref># The mitzvah of Seudat Purim is during the day and not the night, yet one should have simcha and a small meal at night (and make the meal of the day greater). <Ref>S”A and Rama 695:1, Mishna Brurah 695:3 </ref> If Purim falls out on Motzei [[Shabbat]] and Sunday , having Seudat Shelishit isn’t considered as having a small meal during the night of purim rather Purim. Rather, one should have a special meal for the sake of Purim. <Ref>Mishna Brurah 695:3 </ref># The minhag is to have the Suedah after mincha and complete the majority of it the Suedah before nightfall. <Ref>Rama 695:2, Mishna Brurah 695:8 </ref> However, some say it’s preferable to be done in the morning. <Ref>Mishna Brurah 695:9 in name of the Shlah, Piskei Teshuvot 695:5 </ref>
# The meal should be shared with friends and involve Divrei Torah. <ref>Mishna Brurah 695:9 </ref>
# If one began the meal on Purim and ate past nightfall, one should still mention Al HaNissim in Birkat HaMazon <Ref>S”A and Rama 695:3 </ref> unless one already said Maariv, in which case one shouldn’t say Al HaNissim and some . Some say that one can say iteven after davening Maariv. <ref>Mishna Brurah 695:16 </ref># If one forgot Al HaNissim in Benching , one doesn’t repeat benching but . However, if one remembers that he forgot Al HaNissim while still benching one should add it in the Harachaman’s by saying Harachaman Hu Yaaseh Lanu Nissim and continue with Al HaNissim. <Ref>Mishna Brurah 695:15 </ref># A meal one has on purim One can fulfill the obligation of the Seudah without bread fulfills the obligation, but some say that one’s Suedah should be made with bread. <Ref>Shaarei Teshuva 695 D”H Mitzvah and Magan Avraham 695:9 hold that there’s no obligation of bread at Suedat Purim. However, Mor UKesiah 695 and Aruch HaShulchan 965:7 hold that it’s not considered a Suedah without bread. </ref>
# Some say that one should have meat at the Suedah. <Ref>Piskei Teshuvot 695:2 </ref>
==Drinking on Purim==

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