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Halacha - Dairy cutting board used for meat
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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Since the cutting board had not been used with dairy for more than 24 hours prior to its use with meat, it does not make other objects treif. The only exception would be an onion that was cut with a fleishig knife on the dairy cutting board. Even the knife itself does not need to be kashered according to most opinions, although it is preferable to do so.

posted:2009-04-02 09:37:42

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