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Halacha - Shehecheyanu on New Fruit
Submitted by Rivky  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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Answer:

As long as you are still in the middle of eating the fruit, you may still say shehechiyanu. However, if you finished all the pieces of this type of fruit that you intended to eat at this sitting and only afterwards remembered to say shehechiyanu, it would be too late to take an additional piece and the beracha would be lost.

posted:2008-05-14 08:12:14

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