Tag Info

New answers tagged

1

As explained in this Weekly Halacha column by R' Doniel Neustadt, the problem with steam is that the steam from the second dish will rise up, absorb flavor that the first dish had deposited into the oven walls, and then condense and fall back into the second dish, thus adding flavor from the first dish to the second dish. R' Neustadt records a disagreement ...


6

The Mishbetzot Zahav,1 in comment 4 to YD 95 , says (in disagreement with other authorities) that it is forbidden, ab initio, to cook pareve food in a meat pot with the intention of later re-heating it in a dairy pot. He says that this would be similar to "nullifying a prohibition ab initio," which is generally forbidden. Perhaps the Star-K wants to prevent ...


1

The Oirah Vesimcha on the Rambam (Ma'acholos Asuros 9:6 says the same thing: המעושן. כתב בפרישה (סי' פ"ז ס"ק ט') פירוש מעושן שנתחממו בשר בחלב בעשן כמו בחמי טבריה [ר"ל שהיה הבשר והחלב בתוך הקדירה ומתחת הקדירה לא היה אש אלא עשן חם עובר מתחתיה וכך נתחממו ונתבשלו], או י"ל שנשרה בחלב ואח"כ תלאו בעשן ע"כ, ונראה יותר כפירוש הב' דאופן הראשון נראה שהוא בישול גמור דהא ...



Top 50 recent answers are included