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Halacha - onions
Submitted by B.A  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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If the onions were chopped with a pareve knife on a pareve cutting board then they remain pareve even if they were placed in a fleishig container afterwards. A sharp food like an onion only absorbs and gives off flavor when pressure is applied. If the onions were cut with a fleishig knife, then they may not be eaten together with milchig food, but they may be eaten off a milchig plate and the container does not become fleishig.

posted:2008-11-22 16:44:08

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