This blessing which is actually a series of blessings is mandated for use following any meal in which bread has been eaten, since according to Jewish law, eating bread officially constitutes a meal. Birkat Hamazon can be said sitting at the same table or in view of the same table where the meal was eaten. At weddings or Shabbat meals, it is often said communally. Scroll down to listen to the Birkat Hamazon.

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The Birkat hamazon

Birkat Hamazon is recited after a meal containing bread or similar foods that is made from the five grains , with the exception of bread that comes as a dessert pas haba'ah b'kisanin [4] and food that does not possess the form or appearance of bread torisa d'nahama , [5] in which case a blessing that summarizes the first three blessings birkat me'ein shalosh is recited instead. It is a matter of rabbinic dispute whether birkat hamazon must be said after eating certain other bread-like foods such as pizza. Except when in teaching situations, Birkat hamazon is typically read individually after ordinary meals. Sometimes it's also sung aloud on special occasions such as the Shabbat and festivals. The length of the different Birkat hamazon can vary considerably, from bentsching under half a minute to more than 5 minutes. The scriptural source for the requirement to recite a blessing after a meal is Deuteronomy "When you have eaten and are satisfied, you shall bless the L ORD your God for the good land which He gave you". The process is often referred to as bentsching [8] ; the word "bentsch" means to bless.


Birkat Hamazon Nusach Ashkenaz

Y'hi shem Adonai m'vorach mei-atah v'ad olam. Praised be the name of God, now and forever. Praised be our God, of whose abundance we have eaten. Praised be our God, of whose abundance we have eaten, and by whose goodness we live.


Birkat Hamazon

Y'hi shem Adonai m'vorach mei-atah v'ad olam. Birshut hachevrah, n'vareich Eloheinu she-achalnu mishelo. Praised be the name of God, now and forever. Praised be our God, of whose abundance we have eaten. Praised be our God, of whose abundance we have eaten, and by whose goodness we live.


Daily Blessings: Birkat HaMazon (Grace After Meals) - Short Version


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