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The basic principal of kashering is that an item becomes kosher by the same process by which it became nonkosher. Thus, an item used directly on a flame (such as a rosting spit or oven grates) must be made kosher directly on a flame. Boiling water is this case will not work. Items which are used to cook (hot water) are made kosher by boiling water. That is, ...



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