Which food has an option of 5 diiferent brochos that can be made on it (B’dieved) before eating it? What is the food and what are the 5 Brochos?
Am i right?
I got 7:
Korban Pesach in Koreich, according to Hillel
Al Achilas Pesach (L’chatchila)
Al Achilas Zevach (B’dieved)
Hamotzi (L’chatchila, if you haven’t made it yet)
Al Achilas Matzos U’Mrorim (L’chatchila)
Haadama (B’dieved, it counts for the Marror).
I don’t know the answer – I was relying on you guys…
Are your answers above true?
Depending on who you hold like, a grape should be able to have Ha’eitz, Ha’adamah, HaGefen, Mezonos, and Shehakol work for it. Grape juice also probably has all 5 work.
Wine can also have a shehechiyanu said on it, as well as the brachos of kiddush on Shabbos or Yom Tov.
outreach: There is a Magen Avraham who says that B’dieved Mezonos works on anything except for water and salt.
A sandwich made of different things and you decide which is tofel/ikar?
I was thinking a fruit pizza made with banana, grapes, oranges, sweet (wine) sauce of some type,
Can’t sushi have four? Because rice isn’t BROWS so you don’t HAVE TO make mezonot? If there’s a small piece of fish,fruit (like mango or avocado) and vegetable (cucumber), don’t you get to choose which you like best/reason you’re eating it?
Bread has five – hamotzi and four brachos in benching.
I’ve eaten cholent that has at least 10.
Al hamichya after.
And about 8 more after. v’hamaskil yavin.
bread doesn’t have the option of 5 brochos bdieved before eating it!
rice isn’t BROWS so you don’t make al hamichya but you make mezonos!
In that case, wouldn’t you only make one Bracha after?
@ari-free I meant you don’t have to make a mezonot on the sushi. You could theoretically make a ha’adama on the cucumber (if that’s what you think the ikar is) and have it include the rice.
If you were eating plain rice, then of course it’s mezonot.
-kiddush (on challah)
just a guess
I got it: Kiddush wine on the first or second night of Sukkos.
2. Mikadesh Yisroel V’hazmanim
4. Layshev Basukkah
5. Hatov V’hamaitiv
I think some posters may have misunderstood the question.
As I understood it, the question was which food has a potential of five brachos *rishonos* which would allow it to be eaten.
The answers referring to kiddush, various birchas hamitzvos, shehechiyanu, brachos acharonos, asher yatzar, etc. are interesting, but not what the OP was asking.
what’s the answer???