Does one need to tovel keilim that are indicated as being made of "enamelware"? Should a bracha accompany the tevila?


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From the Star-K website:

Utensils require tevila without a brocha when the dishes or vessels are made from glazed china, bone china, stoneware, corning ware, or porcelain enamel.

Other vessels requiring tevila without a brocha include: Utensils made from a combination of materials, e.g. metal pots coated with teflon or enamel...

From the Kof-K website:

Although Enamel is a glass like substance, there is a dispute among the poskim if this item should be toveled at all. Therefore, one should tovel Enamel utensils without a beracha.


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