Q: What are the core values of Judaism?
A: Some core values of Judaism include constant, overflowing gratitude towards and awe before the Almighty; outstandingly sensitive behavior towards others and their needs; a commitment to unceasing study, reflection, and rigorous education (Avot 1:2 – The world stands on three things: Torah (study), Avodah (service of God), and Gemilut Chasadim (acts of loving kindness)).
Q: If you add honey to pizza dough is it still Hamotzei or Mezonot?
A: It would be the same as regular dough – if you eat a small amount (e.g. one slice) as a snack, mezonot; if you eat two slices or even just one slice as a meal, hamotzei is required.
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