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Halacha - using glasses that are not toveled
Submitted by obiek  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question:
Answer: None of them should be used without Tevilla. There are more grounds to be lenient with a plate, since theoretically one could eat directly off the table without it. Still, it is far from ideal.
posted:2012-08-28 16:11:10

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