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Lechem mishneh (leh-chehm meesh-neh) — lit., Double bread; the two loaves of bread used for Shabbat and Jewish festival meals
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HaMotzi: Shabbat
HaMotzi: Shabbat
For HaMotzi on Shabbat , see Shabbat: Two Loaves (Lechem Mishneh) .
Jewish Festivals: Two Loaves (Lechem Mishneh): What To Use
Bagels for HaMotzi
You may use two bagels for the two loaves ( lechem mishneh ),...
Jewish Festivals: Two Loaves (Lechem Mishneh): What To Use
Crackers for HaMotzi
The minimum volume of a cracker or crispbread (such as Ryvita or Wasa)...
Jewish Festivals: Two Loaves (Lechem Mishneh): What To Use
Other Foods for HaMotzi
You may not substitute other foods for the two loaves ( lechem mishneh)...
Shabbat: Two Loaves (Lechem Mishneh): What To Use
HaMotzi: Bagels
You may use two bagels for the two Shabbat loaves ( lechem mishneh )...
Shabbat: Two Loaves (Lechem Mishneh): What To Use
HaMotzi: Crackers
The minimum volume of a cracker or crispbread (such as Ryvita or Wasa)...
Shabbat: Two Loaves (Lechem Mishneh): What To Use
HaMotzi: Other Foods
You may not substitute other foods for the two loaves ( lechem...

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