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Halacha - Davar She'Tibulo Ba'mashkeh
Submitted by Gabi L  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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While it would seem that there is no problem to talk since we do not say a beracha on wet vegetables, it is not that simple. There are some Poskim who say that the Gemora's rule of making a beracha immediately after washing would apply in this case to the beracha of borei pri ha'adama which should be said without any interruption after the washing. One should try to be careful for this opinion.

posted:2009-02-01 17:32:10

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