Flour • קֶמַחKemach
Abraham tells Sarah to take some choice flour to make cakes to welcome the travelling strangers. In Numbers 5:15 it appears as a meal offering of jealousy.
Frankincense • לְבֹנָהL'vonah
Genesis 30:37 refers to "shoots of poplar" (wood could have been used to enhance the aroma of the smoke) while in Leviticus 13 the same root contains vowels which are associated with white skin lesions.
Grapes • עֲנָבִיםAnavim
Term used as a grape-blood metaphore
Heifer • עֶגְלָהEglah
Occurs only two times in the Torah
Incense Regular • קְטֹרֶתK'toret
These incense can be of the herbal or wooden variety. When wooden consider a smoked product and when herbal consider a dry rub or any herbal seasonings. Word does not occur in Deuteronomy.
Kid • שְֹעִירS'ir
Can also be referred to as "goat."
Lamb (Alternative) • וְכִבְשֻׁהָV'chavsah (V'shivsuha)
Female Lamb in Leviticus and Numbers, however in Genesis refers to mastering the animals of the earth.
Lambs • כְּבָשִֹיםK'vasim
First appears as an offering. Word in this format does not appear in Deuteronomy.
Oil • שֶׁמֶןShemen
First appears as a sacrificial libation by Jacob when he sets the stone on which he rested his head as a pillar. He anoints the pillar with oil. In Exodus, first identified as fuel.
Wheat (fine) • סֹלֶתSolet
First appears in the story of Abraham asking Sarah to prepare cakes to welcome strangers. Generally describing the fine wheat for the sacrifices. Does not appear in Deuteronomy.
Young Bull • פַּרPar
First appears in Parashat Tetzaveh as an offering from the priests. Only appears once in Exodus an does not appear in Deuteronomy.
Young Bulls • פָּרִים:Parim
Can also refer to young goats
wine • יַיִןyayin
Intoxicant, Forbidden to drink by the Nazarite. Genesis, Chapter 9 introduces sustainability.