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Halacha - Toiveling Keilim
Submitted by Rivky  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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Answer: It would depend if the source of the water is from rain or from a spring, and also if the lake has an outlet. Since the Halachos of a mikva are very complicated and metal pots require tevila Mi'Deoraisa, it is advisable to use a reliable mikva and not a lake.
posted:2008-08-14 17:09:58

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