A very hot cover from a milchig soup was put onto a fleishig stovetop, but the area that it was put on didnt have any residue come off the pot. Does the stovetop need to be kashered.


If both the stove top and the side of the pot cover that came in contact together were clean and dry, then the stove top and the cover to not need to be kashered, since taste will not go from one utensil to another without moisture. If however one of them were wet or had residue on it, let me know.


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