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Halacha - kashrut
Submitted by Dorothy  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Answer: Assuming some of the other items in the dishwasher were dirty from fleishigs, the residue made your formerly pareve pot fleishig. The pot may be kashered, but is it practically complicated to kasher a large pot and you should ask a local Rav to assist you.
posted:2010-05-02 19:57:10

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