Question:

I made a pareve bread in a dairy bowl. I made a lemon herb butter (made from coconut oil, it’s pareve) to spread onto the raw dough before baking, but accidentally used a fleishig kitchen scissor to cut herbs and a fleishig grater to grate lemon rind. I already assembled the bread with the herbed butter – can I still put in dairy oven or need to throw out?

Answer:

Being that the “butter” is pareve, it would be permitted to put it the dairy oven. This is because there is only a little bit of absorbed meaty taste in the butter, and we are not afraid that it will mix with the dairy in the oven. Nevertheless it is preferred to make sure the oven is clean or to heat it up for a few minutes beforehand.

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