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Halacha - hilchos bosar vechalav
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question:
Answer: The mushrooms would be permitted even to eat with cheese since the pan was not used for 24 hours and is presumably clean. However, onions are considered a sharp food that is problematic even after 24 hours have passed and should not be eaten even with milchig cutlery. Even though sauteed onions are not sharp, but they would have absorbed the fleishig flavor before they became cooked. If the onions and mushrooms were cut into very small pieces and mixed together, we would consider the entire mixture to follow the status of the majority component.
posted:2008-05-06 18:27:22

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