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Halacha - Dairy & Meat forks
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question: We gave my 22 month old son dairy & meat during dinner and he used the dairy fork for the meat food and the meat fork for dairy food. Can i kasher them?
Answer: Presumably the food you served your young son was not scalding hot, therefore it is sufficient to clean both forks very well, preferably in a bathroom etc. sink.
posted:2011-03-04 15:33:20

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