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Halacha - Kasherin a keily
Submitted by moty  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question:
Answer: If the KitchenAid was never used for hot food and was also never used with onions or sharp spices, it is satisfactory to clean it well. If it was used for "hot" foods the metal components need to be imersed in boiling water, and I have described the exact procedure other places on this site.
posted:2009-06-29 16:44:18

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