Dear Rabbi

What is the halocha with a milichig spoon that touched hot fleishig food?

Many thanks for your help


Your question is very general, but if it touched hot fleishig food such as a hot piece of chicken, then the spoon needs to be kashered. If you have a specific question let me know the specifics. Regarding the food, that would depend if the spoon was hot dirty or used within the last 24 hours.

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