Questions about the required immersion of dishes and utensils in a Mikvah.

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Tevilas Keilim for a meat thermometer

Does a meat thermometer need to undergo tevillas keilim before use, since it does not really do anything to prepare the food itself?
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Eating on someone else's untoveled dishes

One must tovel (immerse in a mikve) various kinds of dishes before first use, and may not eat from his own dishes until they are toveled. Is it likewise forbidden to eat from someone else's untoveled ...
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Keilim Mikva design

I live in a neighborhood where it is difficult to find a Keilim mikva. Are there any designs available for how to build one? Is it as hard to build as a human mikva?
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Food utensil on loan from now-dead non-Jew

Do non-Jews have laws of inheritance in halacha? If so, what are they? Okay... that's not my real question, though I think it's a good part of my real question; in the interests of avoiding the ...
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Microwave tray tevilah

Does you need to tovel the glass plate from a microwave in a mikvah, and do you need a Bracha?
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Nutcracker Tevilah

Does a Nutcracker need tevilah? What about Poultry Scissors? Can opener?
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Would silverware intended for one-time kosher use (e.g. airlines) need to be immersed in a mikva?

According to the Star-K, First Class and Business Class meals are double wrapped in real chinaware and sealed with kosher certification tape. They are then sent to the airline food service ...
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Tevilas Keilim for Glass

Does glass need tevilas keilim? And if so, does one make a Bracha?
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Do Israeli silver gifts (e.g. kiddush cups) need to be dunked in the mikva?

People get these nice Israeli silver gifts like kiddush cups or fountains -- do they need to be dunked in the mikva?
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Does a cholent bag/aluminum foil take away the need to tovel the pot?

If no food touches it, does it need to be toveled (immersed in mikvah)?