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Halacha - wine & sushi
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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Certainly the Kosher glass does not make the wine or juice permitted to drink. However the glass does not need to be kashered if the non-kosher liquid was cold and did not sit inside the glass more than 24 hours.

Regarding the sushi, I would be interested to hear a reason why the rice should be the ikar.

posted:2009-04-23 14:56:12

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