Vessels

China Dishes, Porcelain - We inherited a beautiful set of china from my in-laws, who did not keep kosher. They haven’t been used for at least 20 years. I would like to give them to my married daughter. Is there a way they... can be made kosher? More »
Heating up Food in a Non-Kosher Oven - Is there a way I can use the toaster oven at work to heat up food? More »
Hotel Room Coffee Machine - I am staying in a hotel for a few days and it has a Keurig coffee machine. Can I use it (with a kosher K-Cup pod) or is there a concern of it not being kosher? More »
How to Make a Microwave Kosher - Our nanny heated up non-kosher soup in our microwave. Can we make it kosher again? More »
Kashering a Sandwich Maker - Someone used my sandwich maker with non-kosher meat. Can I make it kosher again? More »
Kashering Vessels - Is there any other way to kasher silver cutlery except by boiling it? Perhaps one can use some disinfectant? More »
Non-Kosher Oven – Kashering - I’m moving into a new house and the oven is included. Is there a way I can make it kosher? More »
Same Pot for Meat and Fish - Is there an issue with using a meaty pot to cook fish? I know meat and fish should not be cooked or eaten together. More »
Using a Non-Kosher Microwave - At work, there is a microwave in the kitchen which people use to heat up food, much of it not kosher. Could I use it as well, if I cover up my food first? More »
Vessels in Mikveh - I am starting to keep kosher and somebody mentioned that all my pots and dishes need to be dunked in a mikveh. I’ve never heard about that. Why is that and what are the rules? More »

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