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Halacha - double ovens
Submitted by Simi  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Answer:   1) To the best of my knowledge, double ovens sold in the USA generally do not vent into each other and are not a problem. If both of the foods are covered, it is certainly permitted. 2) It's ok. By the time the vapors from the oven reach the stovetop they are so dissipated as not to be problematic.
posted:2013-05-03 08:30:34

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