Google Quick Answers For Jewish Food Blessings

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Google is now offering the answers for what blessings observant Jewish people should make prior to consuming food or drinks in their quick answers.

The term for blessing in Hebrew is ‘Bracha‘ and if you search for [bracha for yogurt], Google will return a quick answer telling you what the “before” blessing is and the “after blessing” is for eating yogurt. Yes, Jewish people say a blessing before they eat or drink something and after.

Here is a screen shot of the quick answer:

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You can try it for other queries such as [bracha for radishes], bracha for raisins] and [bracha for grape juice].

But it doesn’t work for all foods, such as [bracha for salami] or [bracha for bread].

Hat tip to Joel Gedalius for spotting this.

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