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Mar
21
revised Step-by-step Kashering: 'Iruy
Source + additional info
Mar
21
comment Step-by-step Kashering: Hag'alah
@mekubal that may be the case, but now I added a source for my answer (which I happen to think is the more generally practiced one).
Mar
21
revised Step-by-step Kashering: Hag'alah
Source added
Mar
21
revised Step-by-step Kashering: Hag'alah
added information as per comments
Mar
21
comment Step-by-step Kashering: Hag'alah
@mekubal Why not??
Mar
21
comment Step-by-step Kashering: Hag'alah
@SethJ I thought that might be the case, but some quick (really quick) researching I did made me think otherwise. I'll edit my answer accordingly.
Mar
21
comment tuna wrap in non-kosher restaurant
I'm curious, where is that Megilla story from?
Mar
21
comment “Safe” Foods in Non-Mehadrin Situations
@Jake As do I. Many people will not drink it if it says on the bottle explicitly that it has been aged in Sherry casks.
Mar
21
comment Step-by-step Kashering: Libbun
Libbun Kal or Libbun Gamur?
Mar
21
comment Step-by-step Kashering: Libbun
The answers to this as well as your other questions can be found easily online and in how-to books...
Mar
21
answered Step-by-step Kashering: Hag'alah
Mar
21
answered Step-by-step Kashering: 'Iruy
Mar
21
answered Why does God justify himself to Yona?
Mar
20
comment Fixing incorrectly-said word in davening
It probably depends on how long it is after the mistake.
Mar
18
answered When can I speak after eating?
Mar
15
comment Is it permitted for a Jew to accept an invitation by the Pope to attend mass
I would think that the halacha of not going into a church would not get overridden just on the basis of fostering good relations. I have absolutely no source for this, and is therefore not posted as an answer.
Mar
14
awarded  Excavator
Mar
14
revised What is the beracha on gnocchi?
add as per comments
Mar
14
suggested suggested edit on What is the beracha on gnocchi?
Mar
12
comment Are there any ancient Jewish dances?
Tu Be'av....in that the women would dance in the fields.