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Halacha - kashrus of cut lime in drink
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Answer: I would advise not drinking it. Assuming a lime is considered "charif", the knife very likely was washed in hot water together with non-Kosher items, and possibly used to cut non-Kosher food, in the past. Even though more than 24 hours may have passed, cutting a sharp food is still forbidden.
posted:2013-08-01 11:00:39

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