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When a Kohen began his first day of service in the Mishkan, he brought a special offering. The Kohen Gadol brought this offering each and every day. It was a Minchah, consisting of flour and oil. It was scalded in boiling water, baked in an oven, fried in a pan, and then baked again after the frying. Salt was added to it and it was burnt on the altar together with incense. No one was permitted to eat any part of the offering; it had to be burnt in its entirety. It was referred to as Minchas Chavitin, because it was prepared on a machvas, a griddle

 

 

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Cuando un Kohen comenzaba su primer día de servicio en el Mishkan, traía una ofrenda especial. El Kohen Gadol traía esta ofrenda todos los días. Era un Minjah, que consistía en harina y aceite. Era escaldado en agua hirviendo, cocido en un horno, frito en un sartén, y luego cocido nuevamente después de la fritura. Se le añadía sal y se quemaba en el altar junto con incienso. A nadie se le permitía comer ninguna parte de la ofrenda; Tenía que ser quemada en su totalidad. Fue referido como Minjat Javitin, porque fue preparado en un majvat, una plancha.

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