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soc.culture.jewish FAQ: Worship, Conversion, Intermarriage (5/12)
Section - Question 9.14: Where can I learn about the prayers before eating?

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                                  Answer:
   
   Artscroll's siddur (see the [5]reading list) is a good place to start,
   as is the Metzudah (linear) siddur. There are also a number of English
   books on prayer by traditional sources. Again, the reading list is a
   good place to start.
   
   Another good resource is NCSY's guide to blessings, which is just a
   list of blessings made before or after around a thousand different
   foods, along with a small guide to the laws of blessings. It's a tiny
   booklet, staple-bound like a bencher. It is available at
   [6]www.ou.org.

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