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Section: Questions   Category: Halacha
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Halacha - Hamozi or Mezonoth
Submitted by Eliyahu  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question: Shalom I am a Sephardic Jew and have a quick question and wondering if you could help me I have made bread and crackers from the same dough and wonder if I should say Hamotzi for the bread and Mezonot for the crackers? The ingredients are: flour, olive oil, sugar, oat bran, and flax seed I cook the bread and the cracker dough (in flat sheets together) After 25 minutes of cooking I take them both out leave the bread as is and the flat sheets I cut up into squares and toast them at low temperatures for over 3 hours they come out crisp are like crackers Not sure of what prayer to say when eating them Thank you so much for any help Eliyahu
Answer: Since the crackers are the same recepie as the bread only toasted, and both are clearly not sweet but eaten for a meal, the appropriate Bracha on both would be haMotzi even for a Sefardi.
posted:2011-05-10 09:57:12


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