Question: Can fire toivel a metal object or must it be water Answer: It depends on what has to be done. If the metal vessel was bought from a non… Read more »
Category: Kashering utensils
Can used glasses be used that were purchased in 2nd hand store..and if so do they need to be toveled?
Question: Can used glasses be used that were purchased in 2nd hand store..and if so do they need to be toveled? Answer: You can use drinking glasses that were bought… Read more »
Question: I added a spoon of liquid herbal tea concentrate that I subsequently discovered was not under hashgachah to a porcelain cup of hot water shortly after boiling the latter… Read more »
Question: What is the kashrus status of a fleishig large measuring cup in which my son accidentally heated milk in the microwave? It did not get extremely hot at all-… Read more »
Question: I accidentally blended yogurt in a glass blender with metal blades that I wanted to keep pareve. No sharp foods in the stuff being blended, but I put hot… Read more »
Question: I accidentally bought non kosher ice cream and used a spoon (don’t even remember which) Answer: If the ice cream only contacted the spoon when the spoon was cold,… Read more »
Question: Kashering kalim and small appliances that were previously owned by a non-Jew and therefore used for treif. If I bought say, a toaster oven or a pot or pan… Read more »
Question: I accidentally heated fleishig food (chicken fingers) on a milchig Corelle dish in the microwave. What is the status of dish? Answer: According to the sefardi minhag it doesn’t… Read more »
Question: Can one kasher the glass lid of a stainless steel pot? Answer: There are different opinions on this. Please see the following link where this issue was discussed. http://dinonline.org/2017/01/05/kashrut-of-glass-plates/. With the… Read more »
Question: Is there any way to toivel a toaster (the pop-up kind of toaster, NOT a toaster oven) without ruining the electrical parts? If it’s submerged, it seems the whole… Read more »
Question: What is if a person who is not Jewish who just finished eating his pork sandwich touched one of my plastic pitchers that I serve do I have to… Read more »
Is there any basis for the old practice of burying dishes outside for a period of time (days?months?years)?
Question: If a fleishig dish was by mistake cleaned in the milchig kitchen(or vice-versa) how to make it kosher again? If I remembered correctly my grandmother for the old continent… Read more »