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Halacha - Kasherin a keily
Submitted by moty  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question: Hey....My name is Moty and I live in Panama. I have a ¨Kitchen aid¨ (¨Kitchenaid¨ is the actual brand name - you probably heard about it) its a classic set from the original ones, I used it a long time ago before my kosher standards where high for Parve and Dairy, then it was kept in a box for over 5 years approximately Without using it at all. i want to continue using it (only for Parve) and I would like to know how to Kosher it. The bowls are from steel and it has 3 accessories to make the blends, 2 of them are enamel coated, and the third one is burnished steel (that’s what it said in the kitchenaid web page). Thank you very much. Moty
Answer: If the KitchenAid was never used for hot food and was also never used with onions or sharp spices, it is satisfactory to clean it well. If it was used for "hot" foods the metal components need to be imersed in boiling water, and I have described the exact procedure other places on this site.
posted:2009-06-29 16:44:18


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