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Chapter thirty-three » Etiquettes of drinking → ← Chapter thirty-three » Etiquettes of eating

Chapter thirty-three » Things that are discouraged (madhmūm) when eating

Ruling 2654. The following things are discouraged when eating:

1.
to eat when one is full;
2. to eat until one is full; it is reported that the Lord of the worlds detests a full stomach more than anything else;
3. to look at the faces of other people while [they are] eating;
4. to eat [very] hot food;
5. to blow on something that one is eating or drinking;
6. to wait for another dish after bread has been placed on the table;
7. to cut bread with a knife;
8. to place bread under a utensil for food;
9. to clean the meat off a bone to the extent that nothing remains on it;
10. to peel the skin of fruit that is eaten with its skin;
11. to throw away fruit before it is completely eaten.
Chapter thirty-three » Etiquettes of drinking → ← Chapter thirty-three » Etiquettes of eating
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