*1- Candy - One must determine if the candy eaten was a Kazayit and whether it was eaten within the time limit of Kdei Achilat Pras. Since the latter requirement is usually not present when eating hard candies, no Brochoh Acronah would be required.
*2-Cereal - When eating cereal with milk, no Bracha is said on the milk since it is subordinate to the cereal. Even if milk remains after all the cereal has been eaten, no Bracha is to be said on the milk unless a substantial amount of milk is left.
*3-Soup with noodles - There are 3 types of soup (generally)
1) A soup which is cooked separately, and the noodles are cooked separately.
2) Where the Mezonot is cooked together with the soup.
3) Where one cooks the soup in order to make the Mezonot edible.
- The most common situation is found with chicken soup, into which we add knedlach, noodles etc. Since each part is cooked separately, one must say 2 Brachot, Mezonot on the solid, Shehakol on the soup.
- In a case where the Mezonot is cooked together with the soup, then the soup becomes secondary as in all other instances (vegetable soup etc.), and only a Bracha over the mezonot is said.
- In a case where a person desires to eat knedlach or noodles, but since it doesn't taste good when eaten alone, he therefore cooks up a clear broth to improve the taste of the Mezonot, then it is obvious that the soup is secondary, even though it was cooked separately.
*4- Chocolate covered Peanuts - since the peanuts are the main food, therefore the Brachah Ho'adamah is said.
*5- Chocolate covered Raisins - since the raisins are the main food, therefore the Brachah Ha'etz is said.
*6- Coffee - A Boray Nefashot is said only if the required amount is drunk within the required time (approx. 4 min), since its usually drunk while it is hot it could take longer then the required time.