Question: I’m going on a bread making course with non-jews Can I eat the bread I make when I place it in a non jewish oven What guide lines do… Read more »
Question: How can you kosher a dairy ceramic dish that was used for meat? Answer: The general rule is that if the dish did indeed become trief because of the… Read more »
Question: bs’d if a pig would be “modified” by genetic engineering to an animal with kosher simanim, would it’s meat become the kosher status? Answer: There was such a question… 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 »
Question: Working as a mashgiach at a catering facility that had two separate kitchens for milk and meat, I was asked by the kashrut certifying agency to replace another mashgiach… Read more »
Question: I used a plastic bottle to drink from (pareve drink, room temperature) during a fleishig meal. Later, after rinsing out the bottle, I poured in a lukewarm/hot coffee with… 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 »
Question: I accidentally put a cold milky (plastic) liquidizer into a hot parev soup that was made in a meaty pot. The liquidiser is rarely used for actual milky foods…. Read more »
Question: I use a metal teapot to make “tea essence” with teabags and boiling water before Shabbos. If I washed the teapot in a milchig dishwasher on Sunday, can I… Read more »
Question: Is there an issue if someone drinks directory out of a plastic bottle after eating meat and then drinking out of the same bottle after having a milky meal?… Read more »
Question: Dear Rabbonim, We recently harvested a clementine tree and it was later discovered that some of the clementines contained maggots. Since checking every orange is quite labour intensive is… Read more »
If pieces of bread touched cold cheese before going into the toaster, does the toaster become milchig?
Question: My wife was making cheese sandwiches for the children’s lunches when I commented that they would like it better if she toasted the bread. She took the American cheese… Read more »
Question: Hello, I used a milchig spoon with cold potato soup made with chicken stock. Wash with soap or re-kasher? Answer: Since it wash cold it is sufficeint to wash… Read more »