The day before have a bunch of huge meals. So for breakfast, eat 5 eggs, some toast some bacon, and some nuts. Then have a large snack of nuts (protien!) or have like a milkshake. For lunch have like 2-3 sandwiches with soup and a steak. For dinner have a steak with potatos, rolls, and pasta. Good luck! Just eat a lot of protien, and your set!!Now there are a number of things wrong with this. We will start with the most obvious, Bacon, seriously you are recommending a Jew eat bacon to help him fast easier. Second, Jews have to wait a number of hours between eating meat and milk (varies based on family custom), so having a milkshake for a snack not such a great idea. Lastly, many Jews don't eat meat for a number of days leading up to this particular fast. So all in all I think this definitely gets a Best Answer voting if only for its comedic value.
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Bacon, It's Good For Your Fast
Yesterday was Tisha Ba'av. On Tisha Ba'av Jews fast. This year I decided to try and find ways to make my fast easier by going online and trying to find what the best things to eat before a fast are. This was what I found. Not only was it about whats best to eat before fasting, but Tisha Ba'av specifically. I will call your attention to what was voted as the Best Answer.