May one use the dishes of an irreligious Jew? The dishes probably will have been cleaned in a dishwasher (kli rishon) with non-kosher, as well as to serve non kosher (kli shenei). Similarly, what is ...
Assuming that one can ascertain that food cooked by an irreligious Jew is kosher, is the food still prohibited due to Bishul Akum? Does this also apply in a case of need, such as one visiting an ...
May one eat a meal in the home of one who attended yeshiva and who one considers trustworthy vis-a-vis making sure everything is kosher for their guests, however, one is reasonably certain they do not ...