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Halacha - Keeping a Pareve kettle on a hot plate on Shabbat
Submitted by Kayla  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question:
Answer: It is not advisable to keep a kettle on the Blech with meat if you intend to utilize the water with Pareve and certainly dairy. It is inevitable that food will splatter or spill, which could easily render the kettle Fleishig.
posted:2013-03-04 19:30:27

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