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Halacha - status of fleishig silverware in milchig dishwasher
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question: My cleaning lady put 2 fleishig forks in my milchig dishwasher. She had been eating potato salad, so there was no meat residue on the fork. She then ran the dishwasher (very hot water of course). I know I can kasher the 2 forks, but what remains of the status of the rest of my milchig dishes - besides milchig silverware I also had glass/correlle dishes that you cannt kasher, and some plastic. Would those 2 forks treif the rest of the dishes in the dishwasher?
Answer: If the forks were not known to have been used for hot meat within the past 24 hours, there is no need to do anything to the milchig items. However, the forks should be kashered in any event.
posted:2008-08-05 09:36:59

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