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Ok - everyone talks about donuts and whether they are kosher everywhere or not, etc. what about muffins? Those need some love too. All i want right now is a pumpkin muffin and the only nearby DD is not certified kosher. If i could go to this branch near my office for muffins (or donuts, of course) that would just be amazing. Come on people! I know this is super complicated but i wanna hear all of it.

Basically, I really want to know if one can enter any DD branch and consume a muffin. According to straight up kashrut ingredients.

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    Welcome to Mi Yodeya. Mi Yodeya is for those who base their lives on Jewish law and tradition and anyone interested in learning more. If you have a question about... Jewish law or practice (what to do or why) Jewish philosophy a Jewish text (explaining a passage) history of Judaism language used in Judaism general knowledge (science, etc.) as it relates directly to Judaism ... (examples) then you've come to the right place. It's not clear to me what question you are actually asking - could you clarify please? – Avrohom Yitzchok Aug 29 '19 at 19:15
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  • I’m referring to muffins at Dunkin Donuts branches that are not certified kosher. You’re saying that those are permitted for those who eat pas paltar? – shmob Aug 29 '19 at 19:56
  • I'm still trying to understand -- are you asking whether products made (kosher) a central (external) location and shipped fully baked are kosher when sold at a store which also sells non kosher products (or lacks supervision) or whether local baking of a fixed and kosher mix can have things be bought from a store which is unsupervised? I just don't understand why the rules for muffins would be any different from those of donuts. – rosends Aug 29 '19 at 20:21
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    This comment seems relevant – Daniel Sep 3 '19 at 20:51

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