Used a milchik plastic ladle to serve one bowl from a full parev pot of near boiling soup. The soup had some soft fully cooked onions. The pot contains about 6.5 liters of soup and the ladle had been used for milchik approx. 24 hrs before. The pot had not been used for about a week. Status of everything please.

Answer:

The parve pot remains pareve, the milchig ladle remains milchig.

Presumably there was 60 times soup than the size of the ladle, and the ladle may have been 24 hours since milchigs. This would leave the soup pareve as well. Ideally, the soup should not be eaten together with meat, but may be eaten before or after meat.

 

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