Tractate Berakoth, by , by A. Lukyn Williams, , at sacred-texts.com
M.VI. 5. If a man has said the Benediction over the wine that comes before the meal he lets the wine that is after the meal go free. 3 If he has said the Benediction over the hors d'œuvre that is before the meal, he lets the hors d’œuvre that comes after the meal go free. If he has said the Benediction over the piece of bread he lets the hors d’œuvre go free; if over the hors d’œuvres 4 he does not let the piece of bread go free. The school of Shammai says: nor anything that is cooked in the pot. 5
47:1 Cf. M. VI. 8.
47:2 rice. Not one of the "seven" kinds (see p. 53), or the five seeds (see p. 46).
47:3 lets . . . go free. Literally "he exempts the wine that is after the meal," and so always in this phrase. The present regulation refers only to sabbaths and feast-days, on which a man intends when he says the Benediction over the wine before the meal to partake of wine also after the meal (Bartenora).
47:4 the hors d’œuvres. The plural suggests that there may be more than one.
47:5 nor anything that is cooked in the pot. Such as groats.