Brachot On Foods That Start With The Letters U - Z

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Food Bracha Rishona Bracha Achrona
Vanilla Pudding Shehakol Borei Nefashos[1]
Veal Shehakol Borei Nefashos[2]
Veal Cutlets (Breaded) See "Breaded Cutlets" [3]
Vegetable Cutlet HaAdama Borei Nefashos[4]
Vegetable Juice Shehakol Boreh Nefashot[5]
Vegetable Salad HaAdama Borei Nefashos[6]
Vegetable Soup
  Without Significant Amount Of Meat HaAdama Borei Nefashos[7]
  With A Significant Amount Of Meat
    Eaten Together With Soup Shehakol Borei Nefashos[8]
    If Vegetables And Meat Are Eaten Separately
      On Vegetables HaAdama Borei Nefashos[9]
      On Meat Shehakol Boreh Nefashot[10]
Vegetarian Liver HaAdama Borei Nefashos[11]
Viennese Crunch Shehakol Borei Nefashos[12]
Vinegar (Undiluted) No Bracha [13]
Vinegar diluted (if one benefits) Shehakol Boreh Nefashot[14]
Vishniak Shehakol No Bracha [15]
Vitamins (Candy) Shehakol No Bracha [16]
Vitamins (Unflavored) No Bracha [17]
Vodka Shehakol No Bracha [18]
Wafer Mezonot Al Hamichya[19]
Waffle Mezonot Al Hamichya[20]
Walnut HaEtz Borei Nefashos[21]
Water to prevent choking No Bracha [22]
Water (If One Is Thirsty) Shehakol Borei Nefashos[23]
Watercress HaAdama Borei Nefashos[24]
Watermelon HaAdama Borei Nefashos[25]
Watermelon seeds HaAdama Boreh Nefashot[26]
Wheat (Raw, Fresh) HaAdama Borei Nefashos[27]
Wheat Bread HaMotzei Bircas HaMazon[28]
Wheat Cakes Mezonot Al Hamichya[29]
Wheat Chex (Cereal) Mezonot Al Hamichya[30]
Wheat Germ (roasted) HaAdama Borei Nefashos
  If wheat is cooked Mezonot Al Hamichya[31]
Wheat groats (Bulgar) Mezonot Al Hamichya[32]
Wheat sprout HaAdama Boreh Nefashot[33]
Wheaties (Cereal) Mezonot Al Hamichya[34]
Whipped Cream Shehakol Borei Nefashos[35]
Whiskey (All) Shehakol No Bracha[36]
White Bread HaMotzei Bircas HaMazon[37]
Whitefish Shehakol Borei Nefashos[38]
Whole Wheat Bread HaMotzei Bircas HaMazon[39]
Wild Pear Shehakol [40]
Wine (Grape) Hagofen Al Hagefen[41]
Wine (with majority water) Sephardim: Shehakol Boreh Nefashot[42]
Wood Sorrel Shehakol [43]
Yam HaAdama Borei Nefashos[44]
Yogurt (Including Flavored) Shehakol Borei Nefashos[45]
Zaatar with Sesame Shehakol Boreh Nefashot[46]
Zucchini HaAdama Borei Nefashos[47]
Zwieback Mezonot Al Hamichya[48]

Sources

  1. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  2. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  3. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  4. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  5. Yalkut Yosef (Klalei Sefer Brachot pg 208-214)
  6. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384), Yalkut Yosef (Klalei Sefer Brachot pg 208-214)
  7. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  8. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  9. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  10. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  11. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  12. Halachos of K'Zayis (Rabbi Bodner, pg 51)
  13. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  14. Yalkut Yosef (Klalei Sefer Brachot pg 208-214)
  15. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  16. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384), Yalkut Yosef (Klalei Sefer Brachot pg 208-214)
  17. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384), Yalkut Yosef (Klalei Sefer Brachot pg 208-214)
  18. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384), Yalkut Yosef (Klalei Sefer Brachot pg 208-214)
  19. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384), Yalkut Yosef (Klalei Sefer Brachot pg 208-214)
  20. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  21. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384), Yalkut Yosef (Klalei Sefer Brachot pg 208-214)
  22. Yalkut Yosef (Klalei Sefer Brachot pg 208-214)
  23. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384), Yalkut Yosef (Klalei Sefer Brachot pg 208-214)
  24. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  25. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384), Yalkut Yosef (Klalei Sefer Brachot pg 208-214)
  26. Yalkut Yosef (Klalei Sefer Brachot pg 208-214)
  27. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  28. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  29. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  30. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  31. Sh"t Igrot Moshe 4:46 writes that if wheat germ is roasted it is HaAdama but if it is cooked it is Mezonot. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 273 and 384) rules accordingly.
  32. Yalkut Yosef (Klalei Sefer Brachot pg 208-214)
  33. Yalkut Yosef (Klalei Sefer Brachot pg 208-214)
  34. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  35. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  36. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384), Yalkut Yosef (Klalei Sefer Brachot pg 208-214)
  37. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  38. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  39. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  40. Yalkut Yosef (Klalei Sefer Brachot pg 208-214)
  41. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  42. Yalkut Yosef (Klalei Sefer Brachot pg 208-214)
  43. Yalkut Yosef (Klalei Sefer Brachot pg 208-214)
  44. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  45. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384), Yalkut Yosef (Klalei Sefer Brachot pg 208-214)
  46. Yalkut Yosef (Klalei Sefer Brachot pg 208-214)
  47. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)
  48. Laws of Brachos (Rabbi Forst, pg 359-384)