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Steam from a Meat Pot on a Parve pot

I had a fleishig pot with turkey soup cooking on the stove. The lid has air holes with steam from the soup coming out of them. It was directed towards a hot pareve pot standing next to the fleishig one. The steam was directed not exactly at the pot, but very close. The steam spread a little bit and got onto the glass lid and the outside of the pareve pot. What is the halacha regarding the pareve pot and lid? Thank you.


If the steam from the meaty pot came into contact with the parev pot, and the steam could be discerned, the parev pot became meaty, and must be treated as meaty for the future — unless the process of hagalah is performed. The same applies to the lid.

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