Sunday, July 16, 2017

Saying Shehehyanu During the Three Weeks Part 2

Saying Shehehyanu During the Three Weeks Part 2
Day: Sunday
Date: July 16, 2017
Parshat: Matot/Mas'ei
Yalkut Yosef: O"H: 551

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A new fruit that may not be available to say shehehyanu after Tisha Be'av may be eaten during the three weeks with a shehehyanu. If possible it should be saved and the beracha should be made on Shabbat. More exceptions to the rule against saying shehehyanu during the three weeks include a sick person, a pregnant woman who craves such a fruit, and a child who is too young to understand the significance of the three weeks. If a person accidentally started eating a new fruit without saying shehehyanu he should stop eating and save the rest until after Tisha Be'av and say the shehehyanu then.

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