Halajá para lunes 30 Sivan 5780 22 junio 2020

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HAJAM YOM TOV YEDID HALEVY BEN ZAKIE Z"L

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BENDICIÓN SOBRE EL ARROZ

En general, sobre las leguminosas se pronucia la bendición “bore peri haadama”, como se lo hace sobre cocciones de garbanzos u otros granos.

El arroz es, asimismo una legumbre y no un cereal. Por lo tanto si consume una comida procesada a partir de arroz crudo debe pronunciar la bendición de “haadamá”.

Sin embargo, nuestros sabios en el Talmud (Berajot 37) establecen una legislación especial para el arroz cocido, pues el mismo satisface y posee mayor importancia que otras legumbres cocidas, por lo que su bendición es la misma de los cereales “bore mine mezonot”. Aún así, la bendición final continúa siendo  la de legumbres “bore nefashot rabbot”. Ver Shuljan Aruj 208 inc. 7.

Escribe Rabí Yosef Yedid z”l (Bircat Yosef tomo 1 inc. 7) que si por error pronuncia sobre el arroz la bendición de “haadamá” no debe repetir la bendición. Adhiere a esta opinión nuestro maestro Rabí Ovadia Yosef z”l (Yebia Omer tomo 8 inc. 22)

El arroz molido y procesado como fideos o en láminas para relleno etc. según el Mishna Berurá conserva su bendición de “mezonot”.

Por supuesto lo anterior aplica en tanto este arroz molido y procesado posee sabor, pero si se lo agrega sólo como acompañante se debe pronunciar la bendición sobre el alimento principal al que viene a acompañar.

En conclusión, al arroz cocido y aún procesado se le debe pronunciar la bendición de mezonot y al finalizar la bendición “bore nefashot”.

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