I have new serving bowls (ceramic). I want to keep them parve, so I can in the future integrate them into a fleishig kitchen I want to have when I get married.

How can I keep them parve in my dairy kitchen?

(sorry if I could have gotten answer from your library of QnA. I need one clear guided answer, thanks)


All you need to do is make sure that they don’t come in contact with hot dairy foods, and use them only when you are eating pareve. Being that they are ceramic you have to be a little more careful because in the event that they become milky, they can not be kashered. If you run into any problems, let us know.

Best Wishes


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2 Responses to “How to keep bowls parve in a dairy kitchen?”

  1. Thank you. So if I cut onions with a dairy knife I can put them into the bowl as long as the onions are not hot. And the bowls will stay parve. Is this correct?

    • Although it isn’t a good idea to get into the habit of putting items cut with a milky knife into pareve utensils, however the answer is, yes it will remain pareve.

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