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Halacha - kashrus
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Answer: Assuming you are referring to plates and other pottery utensils that only come in contact with food after it has been removed from the pot it was cooked in on the fire, the "bottom line" in Halacha is that it may be used after kashering 3 times in boiling water changing the water between each of the three. However the minhag is not to use ceramics at all, and this should be followed except in case of significant financial loss.
posted:2009-06-11 08:16:45

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