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Halacha - Kasher to Parve
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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It depends what the lid is made of and how it is shaped. Assuming it is unpainted metal, is must be cleaned very well and immersed in boiling water, at least 24 hours after touching the fleishig pot. Depending upon its construction, it may need the handle removed. It is best if you can show it to someone knowledgeable before.

posted:2012-07-11 21:14:33

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