i want to feed into the stereotype that this sort of distinction is why jews made good lawyers but i imagine all religions have this absurd level of specificity. anyway just stumbled on this when someone posted something about an AI Rabbi because AI. i just read and exchange someone generated in AI with Mary I of England.
this pertains to which prayer to say over bread as opposed to other grain-related offering like cake but the jewiness comes in what i guess are the endless debates over what constitutes what. i am actually familiar with "hamotzee" though honestly cannot recall seeing it in transliteration as it is part of a common prayer that one says before.... i guess eating a sabbath meal. this is not something we would do but it was probably part of breaking bread during any holiday meal celebration.
Baruch ata Adonai, Eloheinu Melech ha-olam, hamotzi lechem min ha'aretz. Blessed are You, Lord our God, King of the universe, who has brought forth bread from the earth.
Eligendi quos aut temporibus. Quae placeat ipsa sit distinctio voluptate nihil quisquam. Molestiae saepe ab aut dolorem esse. Excepturi molestiae eius alias iusto.
"(Although I would exclude baby corn which is used in Chinese food and I always end up hungry at the end ;)" Ooh, racial slur trope with a wink and a smile. If these outsiders can't get together they'll never get inside.