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Halacha - Pareve Food-Basari Pot
Submitted by Shmuel Dorr  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question: Shalom, I am wondering if pareve food cooked in a basari pot may be eaten with chalavi food. Does it make a difference if sharp vegetables or spices were added to the pareve food? Additionally, is it considered bishul to add spices to a hamin on Shabbat?
Answer:  

If the pot had been used for meat within the 24 hours prior to cooking the pareve food, the pareve food should not be eaten together with dairy. However, it may be eaten immediately before or after and may be placed on a dairy plate.

If the pot had not been used for meat within 24 hours prior to cooking a non-spicy pareve food, the pareve food may be eaten together with dairy. However, if the pareve food was spicy, it may not.

posted:2013-06-14 18:25:39


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