This chapter contains the law of the meat offering, and gives an
account of what it was made of, fine flour, with oil poured, and
frankincense put upon it, \\#Le 2:1\\ what was done with it; part of it
burnt upon the altar, and the rest was the property of the priests,
\\#Le 2:2,3,8-10\\ how it was to be when baked in an oven, or in a pan,
or fried in a frying pan, \\#Le 2:4-7\\ what was prohibited in it,
leaven and honey, \\#Le 2:11\\ what was to be used in it, salt,
\\#Le 2:13\\ and what was to be the oblation and meat offering of the
first fruits, and what to be done with it, \\#Le 2:12,14-16\\.