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Koshering Utensils

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An Advanced Class in Practical Halacha
This advanced class provides a highly technical but practical overview of how to follow the laws for kashering vessels for Passover and year round. Based on Shulchan Aruch, Orach Chaim 451 and Yoreh Deia 121.
This class surveys the laws of koshering a kitchen, and also laws associated with immersing utensils known as tevilat keilim.
Parshat Matot
After the Jewish people were victorious in their war against the Midianites, Elazar the high priest taught them the laws of “kosherizing” food utensils taken from the spoils of the enemy. The reason for this immersion is to bring the vessel into the holy ...
A completely smooth, uncoated, single slab of granite can indeed be koshered Rabbi Jacob ben Asher (Tur Orach Chaim 451) records three opinions regarding stoneware: a) Rabbi Yitzchak of Simpono held that stone is not porous and that simply rinsing is suff...
Whether glass can be koshered – not only for Passover, but also whether non-kosher glassware can be koshered for year-round use – is the subject of debate among the early halachic authorities. Many authorities Smag, Rama and others. maintain that glass is...
This class explains the deeper significance behind the mitzvah of Tevilas Kelim - immersing food vessels in a Mikvah before their use.
If your oven is of the self-cleaning variety, koshering it is fairly simple. All you need to do is self-clean it. If you need to kosher the oven racks too, just leave them in the oven while it self-cleans. Even after koshering the oven, avoid putting food...
One of the fundamental principles of a Kosher home is keeping Milk and Meat separate; from pots & pans and cutlery to stoves and sinks. Plus: The laws of Koshering utensils previously used for non-kosher foods.
The basic principle to bear in mind when koshering is that the way the non-kosher food substance is absorbed into the walls of the utensil is the way it is expelled. Hence, a pot used for stewing can be koshered by boiling; a pan used for frying or baking...
Any kitchen can be made kosher. Whether your kitchen is up-to-the minute in fashionable design or a relic of the 1920s, whether you have a spacious “great room” or a tiny galley kitchen, you can readily adapt it to kosher practices. How to Begin: Even bef...
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