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 6:14
 6:15
6:14 It shall be prepared with olive oil on a flat pan [after being] boiled [and] baked. It is then to be presented as an offering of [many] wafers of bread, an appeasing fragrance to God.
Al-machavat bashemen te'aseh murbechet tevi'enah tufiney minchat pitim takriv re'ach-nichoach l'Adonay.
6:15 It is a law for all time that the anointed priest among [Aaron's] descendants shall prepare it.

It must be completely burned.
Vehakohen hamashiach tachtav mibanav ya'aseh otah chok-olam l'Adonay kalil toktar.




Commentary:

olive oil
  3 logs (around 1 quart). (Sifra;Yad, Maaseh HaKorbanoth 13:2).

flat pan
  See Leviticus 2:5.

boiled
  (Sifra; Rashi; Radak; Yad, Maaseh HaKorbanoth 9:19; see note on Exodus 29:2). Murbekheth in Hebrew. Or, 'fried' (Targum Yonathan); 'prepared quickly' (Saadia; cf. Ibn Ezra); 'soft' (Rashbam; Ibn Ezra); or, 'well mixed' or 'broken up' (Ibn Janach), or 'well kneaded' (Septuagint).

and baked
  (Menachoth 50b; Rashi). 'Baked slightly' (Yad, Maaseh HaKorbanoth 13:3).

many wafers...
  Twelve loaves were made. The meal was mixed with the oil, and the dough was cooked. It was divided into 12 wafers or rolls, and they were slightly baked. Each wafer was then fried in a revi'ith (2 1/2 oz.) of olive oil. (Yad, Maaseh HaKorbanoth 13:2,3; Menachoth 88b).

anointed priest
  The High Priest.





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