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What blessing is recited on pinneapple?

  

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pedinono: what is the Beracha for pinneapple?

pedinono: ok

Mrs. Kumer: hello

Mrs. Kumer: ha'adama

Mrs. Kumer: do you know this entire blessing

pedinono: yes i do

pedinono: thankyou soo much

Mrs. Kumer: happy pineappling

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Beracha
(Pl. Berachot). A blessing. A Jew is required to recite a beracha before gaining any sort of benefit or pleasure such as eating or drinking (and usually afterwards as well); or before fulfilling a Mitzvah (commandment).