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<br>There is a mitzvah of [[Melava Malka]] which is a mitzvah to eat a meal after Shabbat.--[[User:YitzchakSultan|YitzchakSultan]] ([[User talk:YitzchakSultan|talk]]) 21:05, 16 January 2016 (EST)
 
<br>There is a mitzvah of [[Melava Malka]] which is a mitzvah to eat a meal after Shabbat.--[[User:YitzchakSultan|YitzchakSultan]] ([[User talk:YitzchakSultan|talk]]) 21:05, 16 January 2016 (EST)
  
:Thank you very much [[User:YitzchakSultan]], I observe Melava Malka but had only heard recently that Orthodox Jews do thew same thing. I think a link in the article to Havdalah and Melava Malka would certainly be appropriate wouldn't it? [[User:MishnaQaraite|MishnaQaraite]] ([[User talk:MishnaQaraite|talk]]) 03:42, 18 January 2016 (EST)
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:Thank you very much [[User:YitzchakSultan]], I observe Melava Malka but had only heard recently that Orthodox Jews do the same thing -which I think is beautiful! :D I think a link in the article to [[Havdalah]] and [[Melava Malka]] would certainly be appropriate wouldn't it? [[User:MishnaQaraite|MishnaQaraite]] ([[User talk:MishnaQaraite|talk]]) 03:42, 18 January 2016 (EST)

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Thank you for the Sephardic custom. If anyone knows the customs in the other Minhagim that would be great. I know for Qaraites there are simply too many different opinions for me to say. MishnaQaraite (talk) 13:58, 14 January 2016 (EST)
I appreciate your comment though just to clarify this website is for Orthodox halacha and not Qaraite practices.

I have also heard that it is a Mitzvah to eat something for Motzei Shabbat could you provide details on this please? MishnaQaraite (talk) 15:45, 14 January 2016 (EST)
There is a mitzvah of Melava Malka which is a mitzvah to eat a meal after Shabbat.--YitzchakSultan (talk) 21:05, 16 January 2016 (EST)

Thank you very much User:YitzchakSultan, I observe Melava Malka but had only heard recently that Orthodox Jews do the same thing -which I think is beautiful! :D I think a link in the article to Havdalah and Melava Malka would certainly be appropriate wouldn't it? MishnaQaraite (talk) 03:42, 18 January 2016 (EST)