Discusses the sugya of “Hefsek” when reciting a bracha, which is discussed at length in the Gemara  Brachos 40a) . Halachah mandates there may not be an unnecessary break between the Bracha and the action.  We will discuss what constitutes an unnecessary (and therefore forbidden) interruption, and which interruptions are deemed necessary (l’tzorech) and therefore permitted.  For example, is one permitted to request salt for his bread after already reciting the Bracha?  

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Pages 48
Published 5780
Series Brachos

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