Chapter Number 28 explains how to prepare each offering on Sabbath day with flour, libation, oil, young bulls, and lambs.
Interestingly, each sacrifice is specified in its kind, number, shape, and time. For example, the flour in meal offerings is described as tenths of an ephah(Ephah: An ancient Hebrew unit of dry measure equal to 35 liters/ Hin: equivalent to about 5.7 liters) in a fine state.
Also, animal sacrifices like a lamb should be unblemished. Another fascinating component was libation, used when burnt offerings, pouring liquid or gains like rice in many other religions.