This is the ritual of the guilt offering. It is most holy;
at the spot where the burnt offering is slaughtered, they shall slaughter the guilt offering, and its blood shall be dashed against all sides of the altar.
All its fat shall be offered: the broad tail, the fat that covers the entrails,
the two kidneys with the fat that is on them at the loins, and the appendage of the liver, which shall be removed with the kidneys.
The priest shall turn them into smoke on the altar as an offering by fire to the Lord; it is a guilt offering.
Every male among the priests shall eat of it; it shall be eaten in a holy place; it is most holy.
The guilt offering is like the sin offering, there is the same ritual for them; the priest who makes atonement with it shall have it.
So, too, the priest who offers anyone's burnt offering shall keep the skin of the burnt offering that he has offered.
And every grain offering baked in the oven, and all that is prepared in a pan or on a griddle, shall belong to the priest who offers it.
But every other grain offering, mixed with oil or dry, shall belong to all the sons of Aaron equally.
This is the ritual of the sacrifice of the offering of well-being that one may offer to the Lord.
If you offer it for thanksgiving, you shall offer with the thank offering unleavened cakes mixed with oil, unleavened wafers spread with oil, and cakes of choice flour well soaked in oil.
With your thanksgiving sacrifice of well-being you shall bring your offering with cakes of leavened bread.
From this you shall offer one cake from each offering, as a gift to the Lord; it shall belong to the priest who dashes the blood of the offering of well-being.
And the flesh of your thanksgiving sacrifice of well-being shall be eaten on the day it is offered; you shall not leave any of it until morning.
But if the sacrifice you offer is a votive offering or a freewill offering, it shall be eaten on the day that you offer your sacrifice, and what is left of it shall be eaten the next day;
but what is left of the flesh of the sacrifice shall be burned up on the third day.
If any of the flesh of your sacrifice of well-being is eaten on the third day, it shall not be acceptable, nor shall it be credited to the one who offers it; it shall be an abomination, and the one who eats of it shall incur guilt.
Flesh that touches any unclean thing shall not be eaten; it shall be burned up. As for other flesh, all who are clean may eat such flesh.
But those who eat flesh from the Lord's sacrifice of well-being while in a state of uncleanness shall be cut off from their kin.
When any one of you touches any unclean thing—human uncleanness or an unclean animal or any unclean creature—and then eats flesh from the Lord's sacrifice of well-being, you shall be cut off from your kin.