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Halacha - 24 hour time out?
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh

One may not use a non-Kosher pan even if it has not been used for 24 hours; however food that was cooked in it does not become treif and may be eaten. The exception would be if the new food was very spicy, because then we say that the spicy flavor invigorates the stale treif taste and renders the food forbidden to eat.

posted:2009-02-08 00:59:11

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