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Halacha - double oven
Submitted by Simi  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh

1) It depends whether they vent into each other, but generally it is permitted.

2) Yes, as long as the bottom of the pan is clean.

3) As long as the grates are clean from any residue, it is not a problem.

posted:2013-05-02 15:10:14

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