Is it allowed to eat dairy products from china plates? “Bone china” is a strong ceramic made with bone ash, minerals, and a kind of clay. But bone ash is still from an animal, so does that put china in “meat” category? Therefore, dairy should not be eaten on china plates?
Thank you for your question.
Let me add to your question before answering it. Why can you eat meaty foods on it, the animal was most probably not kosher? The answer is because the bone ash used to make the china has become inedible, and will not impart any of it’s taste ( if it has taste in the first place) on you milky or meaty food. Therefore you don’t have to be concerned about this.