If one eats 8 ounces of baked ziti (noodles that were first boiled then baked), does one need to say birkat hamazon because he ate something baked, or no because it was a maaseh kedera?
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Baked Ziti is considered a maaseh kedera, because it was already edible before it was baked, and therefore even if someone ate a lot of it, it is considered as if he ate a lot of macaroni.


MInchas Shlomo vol 3- 158,16. Additions to Shmiras Shabbos Kehilchoso chapter 54 footnote 65.

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