Gut voch!

We have a milchig frying pan (had not been used for milchig within 24 hours) that was on a different part the stove at the same time as a pot of chicken soup was boilng.

To our surprise, after cooking the soup, we noticed that there were liquid droplets all over the area and on the frying pan next to it. (It was not because of a spill, but the steam coming up hit the underside of the hood above)

Is this a kashrus problem? Is the pan still milchigs?

Thank you!


According to what you are saying, that the droplets came from condensation from the hood of the oven, those droplets were cold, and would not make the frying pan trief. Therefore just wash them off and the frying pan is permitted to use.

Best wishes


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