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Halacha - kashrus
Submitted by JJ  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Answer: The spoon is permitted, as it only received old Fleishig flavor from the pot. However, the pot must be Kashered, as it is Fleishig and now contains fresh Milchig flavor. You must thoroughly clean the pot, wait 24 hours, and immerse it in a vat of boiling water.
posted:2013-10-01 07:30:59

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