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Extending Brachos

1169 Klal 60 Siman 5: Extending Brachos 11 – The Item Fell Before He Ate It; Klal 5 Siman 7

 In siman 6, the Chayei Adam discusses situations a) of one who makes a bracha on a fruit before the fruit was in front of them, b) if the fruit dropped between making the bracha and before eating from it, and c) when makes a bracha and then realizes their item was inedible. The Chayei …

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1168 Klal 60 Siman 5: Extending Brachos 10 – Waiting for the Food; Klal 5 Siman 7

 We have finished siman 5, and there are a few points we need to clarify. We learned (shiur 1164, 1167) that, by default, a bracha does not extend from food to drink or vice versa. Rav Elyashiv ztl adds that this halacha also applies to even different foods or different drinks which serve different functions, …

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1167 Klal 60 Siman 5: Extending Brachos 9 – Other Details of Extending Brachos

 We have finished siman 5, and there are a few points we need to clarify. We learned the halacha of a guest, and the ability for one to outsource their daas to someone else. Rav Elyashiv zt”l applied this halacha to a husband and wife, if one of them is not involved in the decisions …

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1164 Klal 60 Siman 3: Extending Brachos 6 – Correction Shiur for 1161, 1162, 1163

 We need to correct a mistake. The Chayei Adam has an approach which is not accepted as the halacha, and, because we have been following his text, it has led to a mistake. The Shulchan Aruch, in 206:5, writes that if one makes a bracha on fruits, and then more fruits are brought to the …

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1162 Klal 60 Siman 1: Extending Brachos 4 – If All the Fruit was Eaten

 We are continuing in siman 1. The Chayei Adam continues discussing the halachos of extending one’s bracha when they had stam daas at the time they made the bracha. In a case of stam daas, even if  all of the fruits on the table were eaten and others were subsequently brought out, the Chayei Adam …

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1161 Klal 60 Siman 1: Extending Brachos 3 – If Some Fruit was Still on the Table

 We are beginning siman 1. We have learned (shiur 1159) that there are five types of intent one can have at the time of their bracha: to eat a specific number of foods Intent to eat as much as possible  Stam daas Koveah/k’vius to eat “Outsourced” daas Today, the Chayei Adam will discuss the first …

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1160 Klal 60 Siman 1: Extending Brachos 2 – Introduction 2: 3 Other Criteria

 We are continuing with an introduction to Klal 60. We learned that one of the levels of intent a person could have at the time of their bracha is stam daas. There are three other criteria which will be taken into consideration when a person has such daas.  The first is what is currently on …

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1159 Klal 60 Siman 1: Extending Brachos 1 – Introduction 1: 5 Types of Da’as

We are beginning Klal 60, which discusses extending a bracha. There are many different points to this concept. The first concept we need to understand regarding extending a bracha are the different levels of intent one can have when making a bracha, and how they will relate to extending it.  There are five levels of …

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