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Halacha - Sufagnaiot B'toch Haseuda
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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Answer: I good point. However the logic of the Chaye Adam is that explicit intention on the donut is equivalent to saying hamotzi directly on the donut. This works because if one said hamotzi on something that is mezonos he is yotzei b'dieved. I prefer to suggest a solution that works l'chatchila when available. 
posted:2010-11-28 17:46:48

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