Is there a certain size that bugs don’t have to be checked anymore because they’re too small and if yes what is the size? And what is the source of this size?

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    The question is, when we say a bug is too small to need to be checked, do we mean it is not identifiable as a bug but you can see a speck there, or do we mean you can't see anything there at all. If the latter, that is an issue, because the human eye is capable of seeing a speck down to about 1/10th of the width of a human hair.
    – The GRAPKE
    Jan 12 at 9:48
  • Seemingly you should really be asking a size whereby you can eat it. Checking just follows from a prohibition on consumption
    – Double AA
    Jan 12 at 11:31
  • related (duplicate)?: How do we determine whether a dish is clean?
    – mbloch
    Jan 12 at 13:38


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