Any male among the priests may eat it. It is to be eaten in a holy place; it is especially holy.
"The restitution offering is like the sin offering; the law is the same for both. It belongs to the priest who makes atonement with it.
As for the priest who presents someone's burnt offering, the hide of the burnt offering he has presented belongs to him; it is the priest's.
Any grain offering that is baked in an oven, or prepared in a pan or on a griddle, belongs to the priest who presents it; it is his.
But any grain offering, whether dry or mixed with oil, belongs equally to all of Aaron's sons.
"Now this is the law of the fellowship sacrifice that someone may present to the LORD:
If he presents it for thanksgiving, in addition to the thanksgiving sacrifice, he is to present unleavened cakes mixed with olive oil, unleavened wafers coated with oil, and well-kneaded cakes of fine flour mixed with oil.
He is to present as his offering cakes of leavened bread, with his thanksgiving sacrifice of fellowship.
From the cakes he must present one [portion] of each offering as a contribution to the LORD. It will belong to the priest who sprinkles the blood of the fellowship offering; it is his.